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  • Maison Martin Margiela Python-Embossed Ankle Boot
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    Maison Martin Margiela Python-Embossed Ankle Boot
    Maison Martin MargielaPython-Embossed Ankle Boot, NaturalDetailsMaison Martin Margiela python-embossed leather ankle boot. 6 1/4"H shaft; 8" top circumference. 1" flat rubber heel. Round toe; layered vamp. Signature white stitch detail at backstay. Interior side zip eases dress. Leather lining and footbed. Rubber crepe sole with leather logo patch. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
  • Maison Martin Margiela Bicolor Stretch-Back Ankle Boot
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    Maison Martin Margiela Bicolor Stretch-Back Ankle Boot
    Maison Martin MargielaBicolor Stretch-Back Ankle Boot, Caramel/BlackDetailsMaison Martin Margiela two-tone leather ankle boot. Approx. 4 1/4"H back shaft with extended front. 3 1/2" covered stiletto heel. Back zip and stretch panels ease fit. Signature white stitch detail. Round toe with stacked midsole. Leather lining and sole. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
  • Maison Martin Margiela Stretch-Back Leather Ankle Boot
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    Maison Martin Margiela Stretch-Back Leather Ankle Boot
    Maison Martin MargielaStretch-Back Leather Ankle Boot, BlackDetailsMaison Martin Margiela leather ankle boot. Approx. 4 1/4"H back shaft with extended front. 3 1/2" covered stiletto heel. Back zip and stretch panels ease fit. Signature white stitch detail. Round toe with stacked midsole. Leather lining and sole. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
  • Maison Martin Margiela Pull-On Leather Knee Boot
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    Maison Martin Margiela Pull-On Leather Knee Boot
    Maison Martin MargielaPull-On Leather Knee Boot, Dark Brown/BurgundyDetailsTextured leather knee boot by Maison Martin Margiela. Approx. 15 1/2"H shaft; 15" circumference. 3" covered heel. Round toe. Pull-on style. Backstay trims length of shaft and heel. Leather lining and sole. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
  • Maison Martin Margiela Brushed Leather Ankle Boot
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    Maison Martin Margiela Brushed Leather Ankle Boot
    Maison Martin MargielaBrushed Leather Ankle Boot, BlueDetailsMaison Martin Margiela brushed-leather boot. Round toe; tonal topstitching. Lace-up front with side zip. Leather lining and footbed. Rubber crepe sole for traction. Maison Martin Margiela signature white stitched label detail on heel counter. Flat rubber heel. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
  • Maison Martin Margiela Snake-Print Peep-Toe Ankle Boot - Blue (35.0B/5.0B)
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    Maison Martin Margiela Snake-Print Peep-Toe Ankle Boot - Blue (35.0B/5.0B)
    Maison Martin MargielaSnake-Print Peep-Toe Ankle BootDetailsSnake-print leather bootie by Maison Martin Margiela. 3" curved covered heel. Peep toe. Signature white stitch at backstay. Interior side zip for ease of dress. Padded leather insole. Leather lining and sole. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
  • Maison Martin Margiela Low-Heel Peep-Toe Ankle-Strap Bootie - Amber (35.0B/5.0B)
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    Maison Martin Margiela Low-Heel Peep-Toe Ankle-Strap Bootie - Amber (35.0B/5.0B)
    Maison Martin MargielaLow-Heel Peep-Toe Ankle-Strap BootieDetailsBrushed leather ankle boot by Maison Martin Margiela. 3" slightly curved, covered heel. Maison Martin Margiela signature white stitched label detail on heel counter. Adjustable ankle strap. Peep toe. Padded leather insole. Leather lining and sole. Made in Italy. Designer About Maison Martin Margiela: Enigmatic Belgian designer Martin Margiela is a pioneer of avant-garde fashion, working with other deconstructionist designers during the 1980s to redefine luxury under radical new terms. In conjunction with the influential Antwerp Six and pioneers like Comme des Garcon's Rei Kawakubo, Margiela challenged the boundaries of convention, turning out extreme proportions, deconstructed designs, and conceptual pieces made from found objects like trash bags and seat belts. Though the famously reclusive Margiela is no longer with the label he sold in 2002, his distinctive vision is as relevant as ever, influencing a new generation of mainstream and directional designers alike.
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