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The Maison Martin Margiela for H&M campaign has officially been shot, and High Snobette brings us the news that the first few images of it have surfaced in
Japan China. (One of them is above, and you can see the rest here.) As expected, the collection appears to be composed mostly of black garments in all sorts of mish-mashy shapes: There's a pair of very wide leg trousers, a jacket with gigantic shoulder pads, and an asymmetrical dress that kind of looks like this.
On a wilder note, there's also a puffy calf-length jacket with an exaggerated collar that's iridescent pearl, rather than black, and similarly shiny leggings that may or may not be in some sort of animal print. For the rest, you'll just have to wait 'til November 15th, or until the next round of leaks—whichever comes first.
· Ad Campaign: Maison Martin Margiela Paris For H&M [High Snobette]
· Here's Another Peek at the Margiela for H&M Collaboration [Racked]
· A Single Asymmetrical Dress From the Margiela for H&M Collab [Racked]