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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 27, 2018.
This is her worst collection since FW2013!
This is terrible...
It’s maybe time to reconsider your collaboration with the VP team Isabel...
If you don’t have anything to add to the tired 80’s-Elle Magazine aesthetic, move on!
I am soo tired of the trashy thrift-store 80s look. Someone should tell her acid-washed denim gives a dirty junkie-hooker look.
This looks like sleeping behind a dumpster, covered in cardboard boxes.
Vogue Paris pages coming to life literally... And their pages are not the best lately.
She stayed in boots
I totally love it
I'm always down for some disco cowgirl action.
Fantastic collection. It's covetable without being unwearable and generally timeless. So easy, that third silver dress has amazing movement from what I've seen on IG
love the lighting love the colours love the boots , i am a sucker for 80s can't deny
Bett Alt was clapping like a deranged fangirl when she saw this drivel paraded past her. The heavier pieces does look straight up out of a vintage store. And the rest pretty generic - Forever21, and I'm being generous here.
Isabel Marant is the only designer for me who can make an excellent case for summer knitwear motifs and crafty crochet. This was just plain laziness.
Honestly I hadnt checked on Marant's activities for a while and found it as I left it. I mean it's very 2012 and very parisian. I guess she found her formula and we shouldn't expect much from her.
However think she should stick to women, her mens design make no sense. Also at that point at don't even now why she shows during the FW.
Agreed!! I actually really admire only the styling. In fact, I very often replicate her men's styling with pieces sourced elsewhere. For instance, really liked the chunky jumper and straight leg leather triuousers worn with Teva-style sandals. For myself and the brands I replicate with it's a win, for Marant it's a loss. I find her men's pieces not statement or covetable enough for me to say 'got to have it!' Same can't be said about Stella, for instance. Last season I saw a pastel multi-coloured jumper which I absolutely had to have at any cost. It was a one of a kind type of piece, which I think is what's lacking from Marant Men.
Those metallic minis are a party girl dream, they looked amazing in motion... Love the boho pieces to. Im a sucker for the Marant girl, she is my favorite!
One of the few formulas I enjoy more often than not, same as always but I'm a sucker for that dress on Anna Ewers that look like a back to front denim jacket and those peasant blouses. The menswear I failed to notice while scrolling through it, it lacks the inherent sex appeal of the womenswear and looks drab by comparision.