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ISABEL MARANT

Known for her Parisian maverick-chic aesthetics, the designer has an iconoclastic freewheeling approach to life, as well as her popular creations, from lace dresses and embroidered patterns to lean silhouette. ISABEL MARANT started designing accessories in 1989 and launched her full ready-to-wear independent brand five years later. The label has risen from cult status to international commercial big hitter, becoming a favorite among fashion celebrities and fashion editors.

“I design clothes for women who want to have style while keeping their own personality. The kind of women who remain genuine but who are stamped with a hidden and remote sophistication.” —— ISABEL MARANT

MallShoppes at Parisian
LocationShop 327, Avenue des Champs Élysées, Level 3
Opening Hours

Sunday - Thursday:
10:00am - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday:
10:00am - 12:00am

Phone Number+853 2882 8781
Official Websitehttp://www.isabelmarant.com/en/
SEASONAL HIGHLIGHT

THIS SEASON AT ISABEL MARANT
Isabel Marant Winter 2016 collection is boldly provocative. Unique and charismatic, Isabel offered her characteristic flair introducing a modern twist to the British Punk scene.
A nod to the subversive movement, Isabel reinvents Mods culture. Oversized check coats, masculine and biker jackets are paired with Burlington inspired knitwear and skin-tight trousers. Emphasizing leather material, vinyl trench coats, laser cut jackets and iridescent skirts add a touch of innovation. 



2016 AUTUMN/WINTER COLLECTION

“I design clothes for women who want to have style while keeping their own personality. The kind of women who remain genuine but who are stamped with a hidden and remote sophistication.”

ISABEL MARANT

Isabel Marant - Moona Bag - Black

Constructed of black leather, Moona shoulder bag is featuring a foldover top with magnetic closure, Isabel Marant stamped logo, metal ornament detail, and a detachable and adjustable extra long shoulder strap.

Isabel Marant - Rolling Shoes – Black

These black leather and suede ankle boots are punctuated with studded buckled straps for a tough-luxe look reminiscent of the time. Style them with a mini dress, as per the runway. 

Isabel Marant - Rowi Shoes – White/ Black

These pointed black leather and zebra-print suede Rowi ankle boots are the label’s take on the creeper – they’re softer and slouchier than original designs, and secure with a trio of D-ring straps. Wear them now with a thigh-grazing skirt, switching to a longer hemline come autumn.

Isabel Marant  - Yanis  Belt- Red/ Black

Made from zebra-print calf hair – a reoccurring pattern throughout the collection – this waist belt is backed with supple leather and elegantly wraps around the smallest part of your frame. Wear it with everything from cocktail dresses to oversized coats. 

THE ISABEL MARANT STORY

 

It all started in 1989 when Isabel Marant launched Twen, her first knitwear and jersey brand, at 22 years old. She held her first show in her own name in 1995 in the courtyard of a squat, with her friends as models.

Barely three years later, she opened her first boutique in an old artists’ workshop. Her historic location is still on rue de Charonne, in the Bastille district.

Twenty-two years and twenty-two boutiques later, everything and nothing has changed…. her vision remains the same.Isabel has always had a single-minded love of fashion. By age eleven, she knew exactly what she did and did not want to wear. As a teen, she rebelled against stifling conventions and created her own look, using restyled military coats and her father’s sweaters.

It was her love of clothing and materials that live and move that brought her to Studio Berçot, never to leave it.

While some dream of iconic women in glossy magazines, Isabel dresses women for their real lives – walking down the street or zipping off on a scooter. She never takes a piece out of her workshop without trying it on herself.

She has always encouraged handmade creations, and collection after collection has fought to keep traditional skills alive, an approach that she refers to as “the ecology of clothing”.

In Paris, New York, and Hong Kong, she has remained true to her ideals, and to her staff and partners who have been with her from the start.