The MM6 Maison Martin Margiela fall 2013 collection displays a high level of creativity and a distinct vision on femininity. The avant-garde designer label brought yet again youthful, contemporary designs to the fashion scene. Now, the line founded in 1997 and renamed in 2004 to its current title, MM6 Maison Martin Margiela, might focus on more youthful, urban chic designs for women, but the designer’s unique vision on style is still maintained at high levels in the diffusion line and that means that this is definitely a line for the statement making fashion enthusiasts.
The cuts displayed fall perfectly in line with the trends set for the fall 2013 season, but the fabrics used, the prints and the layering effects were the ones that underlined the innovative reinterpretation of femininity and gave the collection that edgy allure that is instantly recognized by Mason Martin Margiela connoisseurs and that signals a trendsetter style rather than the one of a trend follower.
The MM6 Maison Martin Margiela fall 2013 collection’s classic and asymmetric cut coats and jackets, featured in melton fabric, leather or fur, with oversized parkas, jerseys and capes, or knits, and were paired with stylish dresses and striped skinny pants, leggings and tights, silky finish shirts or shorts, combos that look fierce yet packed a high dose or wearability. Tops and turtleneck sweaters also made their presence felt in the MM6 Maison Martin Margiela fall 2013 collection and apparently the designer chose to bring them to the contemporary fashion scene in a monochromatic coloration that helps chip away some of the edginess revealed by the patterns.
Red, navy, beige, yellow and achromatic tones signaled the autumnal color trends for the fall season, so check out the lovely designs and see if you’re brave enough to rock this particular, avant-garde style!
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