Maison Margiela concluded the four-part batch of the Artisanal Co-Ed collection for Paris Fashion Week.
John Galliano, the creative director, used techniques such as circular cutting - which "used the wrapping of a lightweight fabric to capture the memory of a translucent wet look" - hand sculpting, drafting, and 3D printing. Maison Margiela also incorporated Galliano hand-picked recycled items, which were then recycled for a new 'wet' look. The collection used muted colors like black, navy, gray, and beige to highlight the classic man's wardrobe. And of course, the French brand has brought back the iconic Tabi shoe using materials like tweed and leather, and they even created the transparent Tabi version.