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September 25, 2018 1 min read

In a land where the inconspicuous and subtle are often underrated, Margiela seems to effortlessly change that indignation with their absolutely impressive design. Nothing falls short in their latest tote, that will likely go under-the-radar, unless curators like us pick it up and tell you how truly brilliant it is. 

As described by our partners at LN-CC, this imaginative piece works on multiple levels: 

With John Galliano at the helm, we see an undercurrent of the designer’s signature bold romantic style running through the iconic conceptual vision of Maison Margiela. The Reflective Logo Plastic Bag Tote Bag is crafted from a technical cotton blend and features logo graphics in black. 

maison margiela plastic bag tote

Available today, the Black Reflective Plastic Bag Tote by Maison Margiela can be purchased for $1,290.

 


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