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Styled here with Maison Martin Margiela trousers, a Rupert Sanderson shoes and a Balenciaga bag.

An early favourite of mine among the looks shown is one of a gentleman dressed in a slim suit jacket over a colourful, Christmas Day-worthy jumper, with matching suit trousers and white leather ankle boots. The look is simple and casual but can be easily accessorised to suit a more formal...

Maison Martin Margiela Fall/Winter 2011 | Paris Fashion Week Maison Martin Margiela returns to the catwalk with a surprisingly practical ready to wear collection. Putting on a show of real men, relaxed silhouettes curate a tale of low-key tops and trousers, while great attention is paid to...

These all quite simple, classic pieces of clothing. The beauty is there in the details, in the refinement and ease of it all - the roundness of a collar, the length of a hem or the cut of a trouser. Clothes that have appeared to inspire many slightly different (and not so different)...

>> For Pre-Fall 2011, Maison Martin Margiela showed menswear-inspired cuts dabbed with a touch of decadence. In addition to classic streamlined suits and straight-leg trousers, there were blazers made out of two different fabrics, like rabbit fur and flannel, creating a directional textural...

Lately Maison Martin Margiela has been making leather versions of clothing you normally wouldn't expect such as their leather tee, leather button shirt, and vest. But now it appears that they've taken it to a new level by introducing a men's Spring/Summer 2011 Leather Shopping Bag ($562) for...

John Galliano staged his comeback show on behalf of Maison Margiela towards the end of London's menswear week. A large group of colleagues and contemporaries like designers Alber Elbaz and photographer Nick Knight attended the show in support. In chatting with my own social group, it was...

Right – Dress: Simone Rocha 3) Dress: Christopher Kane 4) All Clothing: Carven 5) Dress: Christopher Kane 6) All Clothing: Givenchy 7) Left – Full Look: Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. Right – Dress: Marques'Almeida, Boots: MM6 Maison Margiela 8) Dress: Odeeh, Blouse: Marques'Almeida 9)...

in the depths of French law was an archaic by-law from 1799 which stipulated that any woman wishing to wear men's clothing in the French capital had to seek official permission from the city authorities. It all ties in with the French revolution, when the working class fashion of wearing...