I actually don't have many Margiela pieces myself. To be precise, I only have a pair of shoes from Margiela. There are other brands out there that are more of my style but I have always respected Martin's visions; it's art for art's sakes. I think his clothes is kinda like architects building their signature style buildings.... it's a selfish act... whether or not the clothes/building is suitable for the masses isn't really fashion designer's/ architect's problem. Sometimes the vision is successful (Frank Gehry's Bilbao), and sometimes it's a failure (how do you view paintings properly at FLW's Guggenheim museum in NYC?). But either way, I always appreciate an artist who can take me out of my comfort zone.
Here's my take on Margiela's H&M... his exercise of mixing unstructured clothing with structured ones. Sometimes the pieces look unstructured and unruly, but looking at it carefully and it's well structured. It's this constant dichotomy that his fan keeps coming back.
Here's my take on what I think looks hot/wearable