exploring the legacy of martin margiela from the people who knew and worked with him
From Demna Gvasalia to Jean Paul Gaultier we get the scoop on the man himself from the people who knew him best.
here’s how you can get your hands on archival maison margiela
a margiela-approved margiela documentary is on its way
The notoriously private creator is currently participating in production.
remembering jenny meirens, maison margiela co-founder
The woman behind Martin Margiela, Jenny Meirens, has passed away.
decoding the wardrobes of your favorite designers
Karl Lagerfeld and Rei Kawakubo wear uniforms. Rick Owens wears only black. And Marc Jacobs has gone from art school kid to nerd to drag queen. Decoding fashion’s direction according to its visionaries’ personal style is rewarding, albeit difficult.
a documentary exploring the untold story of the mysterious maison martin margiela is coming
'My Margiela' promises to go behind the scenes and provide one of the most in-depth glimpses yet into the enduringly influential fashion house.
10 things we learnt from margiela’s right hand woman
Jenny Meirens was the brains behind the business of Maison Martin Margiela. In a new interview with the New York Times, the fashion legend dishes on the cheapest fashion invite ever created, the lies they told the company lawyer, and the ‘hate calls...
take a front row seat at the most controversial and spectacular catwalk shows of all time
Runway, by Alix Browne, charts the evolution of the fashion show from Margiela to Miyake, Chalayan to Comme.
martin margiela and olivier saillard have been secretly working on an exhibition together
The elusive designer and French curator are bringing a Margiela retrospective to Paris in 2018.
the weird and wonderful history of split-toe shoes
A brief tale of the Tabi, from 15th century Japan to 80s Margiela to outer space.
maison margiela spring/summer 16
Industrial romanticism meets sleek tailoring at Maison Margiela.
no comment: the 5 most press-shy designers
Sometimes the fashion press game can feel like high school dating - the more elusive a designer, the more alluring they are. From Phoebe Philo to Supreme’s James Jebbia, these five designers are masters of mystery.