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Spotlight: Marine Serre

Since launching her eponymous brand in 2016, young Paris-based fashion designer, Marine Serre, has gained renown for her eco-futuristic and post-apocalyptic collections that incorporate up-cycled fabrics.


Marine Serre Spring/Summer 2021

Since launching her brand in 2016, young Paris-based fashion designer, Marine Serre, has gained renown for her eco-futuristic and post-apocalyptic collections that incorporate up-cycled fabrics.


Having interned under Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, Matthieu Blazy at Maison Margiela, and Raf Simons at Dior, she scored her first full-time position at Balenciaga, where she worked as a junior designer for a year under Demna Gvasalia. After winning the LVMH prize in 2017, her eponymous brand gained international attention.


Mixing feminine silhouettes with sportswear and technical fabrics, her signature crescent moon print pieces, made from recycled polyamide, have become iconic and a favourite of celebs and fashionistas. Her collections feature jackets and evening gowns made of discarded scarves, old jeans, T-shirts and printed blankets, as well as recycled and up-cycled material, which makes up about 50 percent of her line.


Check out some of our Marine Serre favourites.


Marine Serre Spring/Summer 2021




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