Friday March 4th, 2011 – Couvent des Cordeliers
Isabel Marant’s clients have come to appreciate her take on the Parisienne look, reinventing its definition season after season. Even more notably, Marant’s footwear line has a near cult following, with many buyers lusting for any shoe with the house’s name on it. And after successfully opening her store in NY this past year, it seems that Isabel took a little bit of Native Americana back with her to Paris.
Delivering on all expectations, Isabel delivered a France-meets-Navajo-inspired collection that saw no shortage of instantly covetable suede fringe boots. Her growing affinity for sportswear and wearable clothing seemed unbounded, as she integrated Navajo prints onto wool sweaters, cotton pleated skirts, and white jeans. Patchwork denim button-down shirts, fringed collar tops, shearling lined parkas and darkly treated jeans had a certain cowgirl from St. Germain des Pres feeling. Black-n-charcoal low-cut suede and jersey dresses seemed to have an unbridled sex appeal when paired with oversized coats and above-the-knee fringe boots.
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