John Galliano showed his own version of the military uniform for Maison Margiela’s fall-winter 2016 show presented during Paris Fashion Week. An army khaki jacket was transformed into something more ladylike with a sheer peplum top. Galliano’s version of camouflage was painterly prints or leopard spots. Many looks were disrupted—a half sweater, with a half… [Read More]
For the brand’s resort 2016 collection, Maison Margiela creative director John Gallaino showcased androgynous fashion looks even tapping male model Roan Louch to pose alongside Emilie Evander in the lookbook images. Dubbed ‘Avant-Première’, the season features long, loose-fitting trousers, cropped suiting and painterly prints as well as belted trenches. Evening wear embraces sequins and asymmetrical… [Read More]
When John Galliano was first announced as Maison Margiela’s new creative director, there were a few who doubted his position at the brand. But now, after unveiling his second collection after spring haute couture, and a slight adjustment to the brand name, Galliano proved to be a perfect fit with the house’s fall-winter 2015 outing… [Read More]
Amid John Galliano’s return to designing yesterday with his debut couture collection for Maison Martin Margiela, there was another major event for the brand. Much like Saint Laurent dropped the Yves three years ago, Margiela will from now on be referenced as Maison Margiela—removing the first name of the house’s founder.
John Galliano has been named creative director of Maison Martin Margiela three years after being ousted from Dior. Will fashion embrace his comeback?