Maison Martin Margiela Artisanal Painted Military Sleeveless Shirt
Details Deterring from the traditional celebrity lifestyle known throughout the industry, the elusive Martin Margiela believed that clothes should speak for themselves. Before his tenure at the Maison, Margiela studied under Jean Paul Gaultier as an assistant where he sought out to learn the ins and outs of a fashion house. After accomplishing what he set out to achieve Margiela was encouraged to establish his own. Taking cues from French deconstructionist Jacques Derrida, the designer was known for looking back at the history of fashion and reinterpreting different styles. His most beloved line to this day “Line 010” specializes in reconstructing new garments out of used and abandoned pieces, giving the clothes a new life. This article was originally a blue button up military shirt. Among other modifications the shirt has been coated with a slate black paint throughout, cut-off epaulets on the shoulders and a vintage WWI Scottish rifle regiment badge on the left breast.
Size + Fit Marked size S fits true to size S (please refer to measurements). 16.5 inch shoulder width 19 inch chest width 28 inch length