The house continued to look to its historical archive to develop an urban wardrobe, this time based on tailored men’s wear and blanket-inspired outerwear. The latter idea stemmed from Margiela’s famous duvet cover coat from fall 1999; a new puffy version came more constructed, while an oversize cape and coat were made from satin-trimmed wool blankets. Tailored looks included a stiff vest in industrial felt, as well as a classic camel double-breasted coat. Leathers and skins were plentiful and sometimes fake, i.e., the fluid evening gown in faux black leather.

The house continued to look to its historical archive to develop an urban wardrobe, this time based on tailored men’s wear and blanket-inspired outerwear. The latter idea stemmed from Margiela’s famous duvet cover coat from fall 1999; a new puffy version came more constructed, while an oversize cape and coat were made from satin-trimmed wool blankets. Tailored looks included a stiff vest in industrial felt, as well as a classic camel double-breasted coat. Leathers and skins were plentiful and sometimes fake, i.e., the fluid evening gown in faux black leather.

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