A Magazine Curated by Maison Martin Margiela (2004) Limited Edition Re-Print - COMING SOON!

COMING SOON: A Magazine Curated by Maison Martin Margiela (2004) Limited Edition Re-Print

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A Magazine Curated By is a unique magazine concept that explores the universe of a different fashion designer invited as the guest curator' of each issue. In collaboration with the magazine's editorial team, the guest curator develops innovative, personalized content to express their aesthetic and cultural values. Each issue celebrates this designer's ethos: their people, their passion, their stories, emotions, fascinations, spontaneity and authenticity. Conceived as Belgium's first fashion magazine, A Magazine Curated By has gained international acclaim for its intimate perspective into the minds of the most inspiring fashion designers working today. Belgium.

About the reprint: Reviving a lost classic, A Magazine presents a limited-edition reprint of A Magazine Curated By Maison Martin Margiela (2004), nearly two decades after its original release. The 2021 replica features original content preserved from cover to cover, with matching paper stock and cover treatments. Each new issue contains 1 of 6 unsigned archive prints of photography by Mark Borthwick, Anders Edström, Marina Faust, Jonathan Hallam, Paul Helbers & Ola Rindal, or Inge Grognard & Ronald Stoops. A charitable donation to Sea Watch and RIACE has been made in the name of the contributing artists.

About the issue: A testament to the ongoing relevance of the founding ideals of the Maison Martin Margiela, this document celebrates the previously anonymous talents of the house. A Magazine Curated By Maison Martin Margiela lays bare their dedication to such phenomena as the deconstruction of garment-making and the disruption of classical ideals in photography, street casting, unconventional beauty, subversive communication, and a Dadaist approach to the very concept of fashion and object design.