It's finally here: Maison Martin Margiela's full collection for H&M has been revealed, and the clothing and accessories are true to the avant-garde fashion house's signature style.
A representative for the house said that the clothing would mostly be reissued pieces from the Margiela archives, and these garments definitely embody the classic oversize silhouettes, deconstructed styling, and incorporation of found objects the house became famous for. But while prices for original Margiela pieces can reach thousands of dollars, prices for this collaboration run from $13 to $399.
Several pieces are fusions of more than one type of garment. One of the women's bottoms melds a skirt with trousers; elsewhere, halves of two different dresses are combined. The house also turned everything from key rings, locks of hair, and faceless watches into inventive accessories.
Photographs of the collection have slowly been released since August — with sneak peeks at the collection's ad campaign and lookbook — building up to its Nov. 15 release date. A look at all the pieces in the collection, plus their prices, here in the gallery.