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MM6, the diffusion off-shoot of Maison Martin Margiela’s mainline might be considered an afterthought among most industry insiders, but the label’s latest outing for FW17 proved that its cash-cow of a sister label can indulge the quirks as much as its namesake line.
This season, showgoers could see T-shirts being silk-screen printed, and models nonchalantly scrolling the ‘gram in a waiting room, decked out in MMG’s boxy, XXL silhouettes and pattern cutters working away in a sewing room. Maybe it was John Galiano’s subtle way of making a statement that there’s meticulous craft behind everything the famed design house does, but it proves that the brand is great at stringing out a collection of covetable, directional clothes.
Standouts include a glossy white puffer enveloped in a plastic sheet, red-cup heeled thigh-high booties and the recurring folky details across the entire collection.
For more London Fashion Week FW17 coverage, check out J.W. Anderson’s latest collection.
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