Launched in 1988 by Martin Margiela, Maison Margiela designs daring men's outfits. John Galliano took over as creative director in 2014, and continued with this Parisian brand's non-conformist looks. As collections have progressed, their menswear has become more elegant and casual. Silhouettes often include oversized cuts and fitted pants. Looks have remained graphic, from elegant deconstructed garments, to the brand's signature white 4-topstitch trim. And it's such detail that make the Maison Margiela look stand out. Numbered logo tabs, openwork finishes and careful rips are other recognisable features. The label has also started to focus on daily wear. You'll find t-shirts, shirts and overshirts, quilted jackets and pants that can be paired with the Maison's range of sporty or elegant footwear. For example, pairing the iconic split-toe Tabi with the elegant quilted Glam Slam line. The leather goods and accessories share the brand's inventive approach. 
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