Isabel Marant merged two fashion tribes, the original bohemians and the glamorous urban street nomads, on her spring runway.
— October 2, 2015
Her fall lineup was one part traditional sailor, one part rogue pirate and one part pretty castaway, served on the rocks, with a twist of Parisian chic.
— March 6, 2015
WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
— September 26, 2014
For spring, Marant joined the artisanal movement marked by rough, raw textures and fringed finishes, which has gained traction this season.
Sam McKnight and Lisa Butler created the look for the show.
— February 28, 2014
Marant sampled several tomboy aesthetics: a cozy nomadic look, sulky military grunge and urban androgyny — all laced with a little glamour.
The designer has become global, serving as H&M’s current designer-collaborator du jour and a fetish target of the trend-hungry fashion consumer.
— September 27, 2013
South Korean actress Bae Doona took in the show.
Makeup artist Tom Pecheux said he drew inspiration from the quintessential French woman as viewed by people around the world.
— March 1, 2013
Fall was a welcome return to her improvisational Parisian roots with a relatively understated collection based on comfort and layering.