Overcoming her apprehensiveness and despite the restrictions due to the pandemic, Isabel Marant chose to parade at the Palais Royal to celebrate happier times.
‘’A burning desire to go out, dance and escape’’, the collection translated a need for freedom, space and lightness into silhouettes.
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To the beat of a techno remix of ‘’I Feel Love’’, flowing dresses, puffy sleeves that felt extra girly, abstract floral prints and graffiti hearts referenced Eighties icons Debbie Harry and Kim Wilde.
‘’My silhouette is very recognizable. I cannot design another way. I don’t have to force myself because times are difficult’’, Marant said. ‘’The clothes have to become your personality’’, she continued.
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