This season, John Galliano's vision for the Maison Margiela woman was more attainable than ever (even if its price point still isn't). The designer was inspired by a new kind of glamour - that of the everyday woman.
Despite the collection's down-to-earth inspiration, Galliano still indulged in a penchant for fantasy in detailed embellishments and extravagantly deconstructed (and then reconstructed) garments.
"We set out to propose and further explore the idea of a new glamour that seduces us in our everyday lives," the brand shared with Vogue. Galliano also took cues from travel, presenting an oversized pillow bag that was a fashionably ironic twist on the standard airport affair.
Grooming and hair also fell in line with the theme: Models strutted down the runway with disheveled bed hair and quietly chic makeup from guru Pat McGrath.