If you’re someone who gets inspired by haute couture fashion you better prepare yourself for this collection by Maison Margiela, because creative director John Galliano has outdone himself with this release. In particular, this collection deals with ideas of nature and the passage of time. The pieces might not be what we would wear to run errands—in fact, you probably wouldn’t even wear these pieces for your biggest event—but, as is customary with an haute couture collection, these pieces are much more conceptual and are meant to inspire and spark imagination rather than be wearable designs. Let’s take a closer look. Here we find pieces that feel almost utilitarian in nature, but also youthful and even inspired by fisherman if you want to get really specific. At the same time, there’s also something reminiscent of colonial times, which contrasts beautifully with the initial youthful aesthetic that we pointed out. Take, for example, a pair of cutout denim shorts, paired with yellow thigh-high rubber boots, a bonnet headpiece, and a traditional chocolate brown trench coat. Like we said, probably not what you’re going to wear to grab your groceries, but if there’s one thing we know about Maison Margiela, it’s this: you can always find plenty of style inspiration waiting for you with every release.