The luxurious Étoile collection is different to her classic designs as it provides space for something new and accessible for everyone. If you are looking for clothing from a designer which you can wear, then this is precisely what you need.
Isabel Marant again has lots of best-selling fashion items in her Étoile collection which rank among the most popular. And this is precisely why they appear repeatedly in her collections. Interestingly cut skirts, cotton jackets decorated with metal buttons and other items which are wearable, beautiful and above all affordable for each and every woman.
Some items from the collection, adorned with beautiful natural colours, are inspired by the beautiful Africa. They have a retro feel and their workmanship is luxurious and incredible. Motives are loosely reminiscent of Nigerian materials and Isabel Marant has invested some precious memories of her visit to Africa into this collection.
You can see abandon, freedom and a feeling for fashion in the whole of the collection. There are items here for each and every woman: for the lady who likes elegance and luxury, through to the lady who likes pleasant, comfortable yet chic clothing. You will fall in love with the luxury layering because it gives the clothing a notable amount of flair and makes it interesting. Pale high-cut jeans are faded and decorated interestingly. Anyone who knows Isabel Marant, knows that no single item is stronger than when combined. All you have to do is look at the parka, blouse and the denim skirt which look absolutely amazing together. Put on some of her clothes yourself and discover what it is like to wear luxury clothing by Isabel Marant.
The latest collection by Isabel Marant comes across as a little chaotic to me. On the one hand you do fall in love with quite a few of the items at first sight, but then it all gets a bit confused as if the wearer had slapped together at least fifty different fashion brands and put them all on at the same time!
A brown windcheater in combination with a frilly miniskirt? Grey oversized overalls with a baggy jacket that looks like it has come straight from the Salvation Army skip? My god, in which universe would any woman voluntarily wear that to work or to go for a coffee at the weekend? I can tell you straight away: NO woman ever would!
On the other hand, what I do like about the collection is the cream oversized sweater with the black miniskirt with refined decorations, the short black cotton dress with the burgundy crocodile handbag and also the white blouse with the blue-striped skirt reminiscent of a relaxing holiday in Greece. The rest could only really be used individually for regular wear (weekends, school, work or meetings), which is on the other hand a major plus point.