In the void / Margiela Exhibition

An exhibition by Parodi Costume Collection x Byronesque presenting Margiela’s suspenseful and absent image in a unique, unconventional fashion display.

In the centre of Miami’s thriving art scene, an unconventional exhibition has rewritten the conventional norms of fashion curation. “MARGIELA: IN THE VOID,” on display at The Parodi Costume Collection’s exhibition features a selection of archive pieces that discover the idea of voids in the designer’s creations. This exhibition, co-curated with Byronesque, celebrates Martin Margiela’s iconic invisibility by intentionally working with disorderly arrangements and incomplete exhibits to present a new perspective on his legacy.

In the void / Margiela Exhibition


Photography: David Gary Lloyd / @davidgarylloyd
Location:  Parodi Costume Collection / @parodicostumecollection
Co-curator: Byronesque / @byronesquevintage
Words: Jyothsana Selvam / @jyothsanaaa

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