2016 Men's Spring Collections

Maison Margiela

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Maison Margiela Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Maison Margiela Men's RTW Spring 2016

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  • Maison Margiela Men’s RTW Spring 2016
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Maison Margiela Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Forget deconstruction — clean chic is taking over at Maison Margiela, which conspicuously steered away from its signature style for spring into a surprisingly polished direction.

Forget deconstruction — clean chic is taking over at Maison Margiela, which conspicuously steered away from its signature style for spring into a surprisingly polished direction. The design team produced softly tailored looks with just a pinch of rock ‘n’ roll, redefining the new Parisian gentleman as a connoisseur of carefully weighted volumes and restrained hues. Beautifully languid trenches in terracotta, black or stone gave swagger to single-pleat linen suits, while airy tuxedo jackets in cream or black turned into long statement coats with big satin lapels, evoking a dreamy kind of cool.

There was an edgy moment of rock, too, as seen on a run of rubberized items such as painted tank tops and sliced butcher aprons worn over slim-fit leather pants that were matched with studded boots or Spartan sandals.

In keeping with the less-is-more aesthetic, the lineup could have done without the occasional flares of glitter on otherwise clean-cut suits and perfectos.

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