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Still on the hunt for the perfect pair of new season shoes? Isabel Marant is one of the labels that is always worth checking out as its designs have a high chance of becoming crowd pleasers as the wedge trainers' mania has beautifully reached a high point. The Isabel Marant fall/winter 2012 collection is not focused on reinterpretations of the the year's major hits but instead on bringing season appropriate options that beautifully combine comfort with chicness. From fun pumps to casual high boots, the label focuses on texture to create a hi... Read More
"No no, it's a bit of Elvis in Hawaii, and a bit of Jane Birkin and Brigitte Bardot in St.-Tropez around the late '60s and early '70s," Isabel Marant said about her spring 2013 collection. And it was indeed a super-cool, easy-chic line featuring some pretty stunning pieces that make us dream of lazy days spent on the beach. Yes, this is what tropical-inspired goodies can do! The designer opened the show with red and black Hawaiian floral prints used for one-shouldered wrap minidresses, micro-shorts, and straight-leg pants. Then, it ... Read More
Isabel Marant served up a relaxed yet chic ready-to-wear collection at Paris Fashion Week for the upcoming cold season. The famous French designer doesn't disappoint and brings a wide range of uber-cool ensembles with an effortlessly hip yet super-feminine touch. This time, Marant's main source of inspiration for fall 2012 seems to have been the late 19th-century cowgirls. "I love the way they were wearing very masculine trousers to ride horses with lace shirts," the designer said before the show. Think western toughness meeting Fre... Read More
Isabel Marant, designer of casual, stylish, effortlessly chic looks, has showcased her spring 2012 collection at Paris Fashion Week. Featuring fun knits, patchworks and old faithful denim pieces, the new line addresses to adventurous girls who love to travel. "It’s very optimistic. A suitcase packed by a girl who travels all over the world. And she’s a bit crafty. She tie-dyes and patchworks, and cuts up her sweatshirts to knit with! It’s a sunny-day collection—for days like today," Isabel Marant said about her spring/summer 2012 fa... Read More
From the nucleus of trends we have seen until know, there are a few that seem to stand out the most. There are fabrics and colors that are used obsessively, such as fur or knits, as well as the It-color of the season, camel. Feminine dresses at Louis Vuitton, '50s rock style at Isabel Marant, excessive fur at Chanel, knits at D&G, and the '70s style at Chloé, here are 5 of this season's hottest collections.Louis Vuitton “And God created woman”, a beautiful motto for the most feminine collection of the season. The '50s are back ... Read More
Isabel Marant, former model, then director over Elite agency, has collaborated, before launching her own lines, with major names in the fashion industry: Michel Klein, Bridget Yorke, Cameron Diaz, Sienna Miller, Rihanna, Michel Perry, and then in 1994, she comes up with her first line, called Twen. Since then, Isabel Marant quickly develops into one fine, refined designer very well aware of what’s hot and what is not. The Otway ankle boots have become, since last year, one major trend, being also known as the “it” shoes which eve... Read More
The Isabel Marant for H&M collection leaked two months early! Ever since the collaboration was officially announced, it became quite clear that it will be the most highly anticipated line of the fall/winter 2013 season and the leaked images have pretty much made fashionistas everywhere wish that November 14 would come tomorrow. A H&M spokesperson stated that it was 'not a sanctioned release.' You see, the new Isabel Marant for H&M collection seems every bit as amazing as it was anticipated and we bet it will sell out in no t... Read More