Less boldness and a higher dose of wearability is Maison Martin Margiela's new vision of style for the upcoming fall/winter 2013-2014. Check out the new looks, next!
The new Maison Martin Margiela fall 2013 collection presented at Paris Fashion Week got fashion enthusiasts to divide on two fronts meaning some loved the new spirit of the collection while others didn't appreciate the fact that the brand offerings lacked that edgy, innovative allure that made the label recognizable. However, we have to say that the lineup created for the upcoming season is infused with a higher level of wearability level and that only means you dolls will be able to underline your uniqueness without falling too deep in the eccentric zone.
Maison Martin Margiela's style reinvention began last year and it seems that softer yet still original is the new path to chicness the brand's designer focused on and judging by the fall 2013 lineup the label's goal was definitely reached! Masculine elements mainly inspired by uniforms were first introduced to the audience at Paris Fashion Week 2013.
The cool bold lines of the designs still managed to deliver a high visual impact all while still keeping the garments looking wearable. Although the separates were cut after oversized patterns some feat unbuttoned cuffs, they were infused with a fun-modern-vibe through hand-painted yellow or pink stripes which made all the difference for the look.
Coats and jackets also played a huge role in the collection and the majority of designers showing their fall 2013 lineups placed the coat on a pedestal. From classic cuts to sleeveless blazer-inspired coats, biker jackets and masculine inspired blazers, the lineup featured every design that hot this year. Take your cue from the cult brand and learn how to make the best out of this must have garment by layering your fave item over a chic dress, a chic skirt-blouse ensemble or a pair of wide leg trousers.
The renowned fashion house closed the Maison Martin Margiela fall 2013 show with an array of floor-length dresses that featured draping effects that didn't really put the models' silhouettes into value as straight lines and geometric patterns resembling patchwork details don't really have glamor written all over! However, the daywear designs were enough to get us anxious as we wait for the new season staples to hit the shelves, so check out all the designs featured in the Maison Martin Margiela fall 2013 collection tell us which garments match reflect your style!
Check out other amazing oversized coats from the fall/winter 2013-2014 lines in the Emilio de la Morena fall 2013 collection from London Fashion Week or the Richard Nicholl F/W 2013 collection.
Photos: Maison Martin Margiela