Maison Martin Margiela will be the next high fashion label to collaborate with H&M, it has been reported.
According to WWD, the avant-garde brand is designing a one-off collection for the Swedish retailer, although this hasn’t been officially confirmed yet.
After collaborations with iconic design names, including Versace, Lanvin and Marni, the reported partnership with the Belgian brand will arguably be the chain’s edgiest yet.
Known for its industry-leading contemporary creations that blur the lines between masculine and feminine angles, an affordable range would no doubt have shoppers storming the stores to get their hands on one of the desirable garments.
Fashion fans can expect clean-lined separates and edgy designs that push the boundaries between art and fashion.
The brand’s founder Martin Margiela was confirmed to have left the label in October 2009 after alleged creative differences with the company’s stakeholders.
Raf Simons and Haider Ackermann were reportedly offered his role, but no successor was ever named and the collections are currently being designed by an in-house team.