We explain why Martin Margiela came out of his silence

We explain why Martin Margiela came out of his silence

10 years after leaving the head of his house and the fashion industry: https://telegra.ph/AIR-Jordan-1-Low-BLACK-Toe-WHITE-BLACK-GYM-Red-Woman-Man-04-17, the very discreet Martin Margiela comes out of his usual reserve and publishes a letter in the magazine

Dazed… At the origin of this initiative? The jury prize awarded at the Belgian Fashion Awards: https://trainhoe31.doodlekit.com/blog/entry/20641389/wholesale-nike-air-more-uptempo-white-red . A look back at the rarest designer in fashion.

On October 11, the designer from Leuven was awarded the Jury Prize for his entire career at the Belgian

Fashion Awards – along with other winners like Glenn Martens for Y/Project All Star Converse Men’s Sneakers . For his deconstructions and reconstructions, his subversive assemblages and his refusal of marketing injunctions

(among others), the jury rewards the unique character of his work, a true milestone in the history of fashion. It

is from the mid-80s that Martin Margiela rises to the top and creates his own house, Maison Martin Margiela in 1988.

The designer never appears at the shows, and does not communicate personally, in short, it exercises anonymously

and erects the discretion of the designer as a counter-model to the stars of fashion. The designer will remain anonymous

until his retirement from the industry in 2022 and the sale of his house to the owner of Diesel, Renzo Rosso. 10

years later, and as many years of silence, Martin Margiela returns to the forefront when in 2022, the Palais Galliera

entrusts him, with Olivier Saillard, the reins of the exhibition “Margiela / Galliera 1989-2022”. On the occasion

of the Belgian Fashion Awards Fake New Balance 991, he exceptionally takes the floor, signing a letter in the magazine Dazed in which he thanks Belgium, his native

country, which gave him his first award in 1983 (given by Jean-Paul Gaultier) as well as his first exhibition,

at the MoMu in Antwerp. In a few words, the designer also gives his vision of the fashion industry: market : “It’s a great reward [the jury prize] for a period of intense work, more than thirty years, until 2022 –

the year in which I understood that I could no longer resist the exponential pressure of a global industry

and its appetite for commerce. I also regretted the overabundance of information conveyed by social networks that destroyed the virtue of patience and the effects of surprise.”

Photo: Martin Margiela spring-summer 2022