John Galliano, the creative director of reputable fashion house, Maison Margiela, has collaborated with Barney’s New York to design the store’s fall 2016 window displays. The insane presentation was not only created by Galliano, but also by Dennis Freedman, who is Barney’s creative director who has been the one behind many notable window displays that Barney’s is known for, and has put together great visuals for the retailer. The collaboration between him and Galliano had a perfect mix of avant-garde all the while sticking to a modern-day twist, which was a perfect fit for the Maison Margiela brand. Freedman described the presentation as “A story of creation”, which is an obvious reoccurring theme that is seen with each window presentation, and a very unique one at that. One window showcases a laboratory-like setting in which Freedman described as the the way Galliano actually works on his Artisanel collection. Another window is the hands of God and Adam’s coming from wheat stalks in honor of Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam painting, which was one of my personal favorites out of the four. Freedman also mentioned that there are two pieces from the Maison Margiela Artisanel collection that are included in this presentation, which will not be selling at Barney’s. With that being said, these few items will only be available for a quick window shopping experience come this fall. A girl can only dream.