Maison Margiela: yellow color blocking


Yellow has been a must-have colour for fashion during the last summer, and will keep having great importance during the whole winter season 2018. It is the perfect shade for colour blocking and fundamental for accessories, so it is already widely used to give a touch of colour to the looks presented in the most important catwalks, including the Défilé Fall-Winter 2018 show.

Established in Paris in 1988, Maison Margiela is a French haute couture house that, with cuts that are both masculine and feminine, has made its strength out of the deconstruction and reinterpretation of the prêt-à-porter. Yellow shines like a sunbeam in Maison Margiela’s winter collection, giving a perfect touch to jackets, pants and purses.

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