“Detachable cuts where garments open and close around a free moving body” is how the press notes described Martin Margiela’s resort lineup. Rather than a treatise in tricked-up clothes, the house’s design team worked the concept into wearable ways. In a play on men’s wear, there was a bomber jacket rendered in raffia and an oversize gray trenchcoat with extra-deep pockets. As for those detachable cuts, a pink angora pullover consisted of a shell top and a pair of sleeves attached together by a string. Combined, it read chic twinset, though with a distinct twist.

“Detachable cuts where garments open and close around a free moving body” is how the press notes described Martin Margiela’s resort lineup. Rather than a treatise in tricked-up clothes, the house’s design team worked the concept into wearable ways. In a play on men’s wear, there was a bomber jacket rendered in raffia and an oversize gray trenchcoat with extra-deep pockets. As for those detachable cuts, a pink angora pullover consisted of a shell top and a pair of sleeves attached together by a string. Combined, it read chic twinset, though with a distinct twist.

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