Marie-Christine Statz played with new levels of transparency in her fall 2016 collection, intending to highlight a certain vulnerability of the Gauchère woman.
— March 2, 2016
Always inspired by architecture, Marie-Christine Statz has evolved Gauchère’s graphic silhouettes into a more relaxed lineup for spring 2016.
— October 5, 2015
Marie-Christine Statz chose a darker path for fall. A boyish, military bent permeated the collection, heightened by uniform-style caps.
— March 5, 2015
Marie-Christine Statz designed her charming spring collection with the late Italian artist Duilio Barnabé in mind.
— September 24, 2014
Marie-Christine Statz took cues from traditional men’s wear staples.
— February 27, 2014
This season Marie-Christine Statz’s collection was loosely inspired by the work of Op Art artists Julio Le Parc and Victor Vasarely.
— September 27, 2013
For fall, Marie-Christine Statz was inspired by Russian sculptor Igor Mitoraj’s fragments of neoclassical Grecian statues.
— March 3, 2013