Maison Martin Margiela Menswear Spring 2014
Featuring men of all ages walking down the runway, the spring 2014 Maison Martin Margiela guy is clearly a man, not a boy. Vests with rough armholes don’t scream rocker by keeping the fabrications lightweight in layers. The Margiela suits have a much as relaxed look keeping the brand’s easygoing essence.
An abundance of leather belts brings a slight hourglass silhouette. The designer keeps it masculine by featuring majority of the looks in darker hues and tougher textiles. Absent of patterns, the collection instead focuses on subdued versus shine. A navy blue suit with metallic lapels makes for an evening showstopper. A denim jean with a faded, dipped appearance carries color from head to toe in a modern way.
These looks aren’t for wilting wallflower fellows, as leather slouchy trousers add an edge to an open button down, exposing the model’s attention grabbing tattoos. While sheer layers underneath blazers uncover Margiela trinkets, making mens accessories more hardcore. Coats hitting mid thigh create a new focal point, especially with the belted halves of blazers appearing as sleek shields. Conquering and cool, fdmLOVES Maison Martin Margiela Menswear Spring 2014 selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Mary Anderson.
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