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Maison Margiela Bermudas - Item 13053643
Maison Margiela Bermudas - Item 13053643

MAISON MARGIELA Bermudas. plain weave, no appliqués, basic solid color, mid rise, regular fit, straight leg, hook-and-bar, zip, multipockets, chinos. 52% Cotton, 48% Linen

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Maison Margiela Bermudas - Item 36917760
Maison Margiela Bermudas - Item 36917760

MAISON MARGIELA Bermudas. plain weave, solid color, mid rise, no appliqués, hook-and-bar, zip, multipockets, tailored. 52% Cotton, 48% Linen

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Maison Margiela Shorts - Item 13091148
Maison Margiela Shorts - Item 13091148

MAISON MARGIELA Shorts. gabardine, strap detailing, solid color, mid rise, button closing, multipockets, pants. 100% Cotton

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Maison Margiela Cotton-Linen Shorts
Maison Margiela Cotton-Linen Shorts

Boasting modern styling, Maison Margiela reinvents the classic Bermuda shorts in a streamlined cotton-linen blend Flat front, belt loops, off-seam pockets, back welt pockets Slim straight silhouette Team with a button-down and leather sneakers

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Maison Margiela Cotton-Linen Shorts
Maison Margiela Cotton-Linen Shorts

Boasting modern styling, Maison Margiela reinvents the classic Bermuda shorts in a streamlined cotton-linen blend Flat front, belt loops, off-seam pockets, back welt pockets Slim straight silhouette Team with a long sleeve tee and leather sneakers 81% Cotton, 19% Linen

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Maison Margiela Cotton Gabardine Shorts in Neutrals.
Maison Margiela Cotton Gabardine Shorts in Neutrals.

Maison Margiela Cotton Gabardine Shorts in Neutrals. - size 46 (also in ) 100% cotton. Made in Romania. Machine wash. Button fly. Adjustable tab accents at waist. Back pockets. MMAR-MF1. S30MU0011-S47302. About the designer: After graduating from Antwerp's Royal Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied alongside the Antwerp Six, Belgian designer Martin Margiela went on to work with several notable designers, including Jean Paul Gaultier, before establishing his eponymous line in 1989. Known for keeping an extremely low profile, Margiela is noted for his avant-garde approach to fashion and art of deconstruction. Although Margiela no longer actively heads the company, the line continues to push the boundaries of contemporary fashion.

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