Maison Martin Margiela Line 10 Sculptural 3-D Bomber Jacket - AW06

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Maison Martin Margiela Line 10 Sculptural 3-D Bomber Jacket - AW06


    Deterring from the traditional celebrity lifestyle known throughout the fashion industry, the elusive Martin Margiela believed that clothes should speak for themselves. Before establishing 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 a few years under Gaultier's tutelage, Margiela was encouraged to start his own label. Taking cues from French deconstructionist Jacques Derrida, the designer was known for looking back at the history of fashion and reinterpreting different styles, through repurposing and deconstructing. Much of his collections are a playful celebration of the construction of garments, their utility, and their ornate qualities. Through playful reinterpretation Margiela presents us with an alternate take on fashion, pointing out all its peculiarities through his .  This particular jacket is from line 10 his ready-to-wear menswear line, first presented in 1988. A fun take on the traditional flight jacket this piece features 3-d style stitched side pockets, epaulets, and collar, giving the classic stylings of the jacket a more sculptural and bulbous appearance.

    Size + Fit
    Marked size 46 (fits true to size Large)
    21 inch shoulder width
    22 inch chest width
    26 inch total length