Marine Serre and Y / Project big winners of the Andam awards
French designer Marine Serre and Y / Project, the brand of the Belgian Glenn Martens, are the big winners of the Andam awards. Serre will go home with 200,000 euros and Martens with 150,000 euros, Andam shared in a statement. An official statement from the organization is expected today. The Pierre Bergé Prize was awarded to Mossi. As a result,...
Jul 3, 2020
When Marine Serre plays with our emotions
On May 15, 2020, in the middle of a pandemic, the French designer Marine Serre published a tutorial video to make a mask. Beyond the symbol of the current health crisis it represents, the small protective accessory is emblematic of the post-apocalyptic style of the designer. This timely tutorial thus gains credit and reflects the DNA of a house...
Jun 30, 2020
How the upcycled jeans from Marine Greenhouse are made
The Belgian-French designer Marine Serre, winner of the 2017 LVMH price, shows in a video how her 'regenerated denim' is made. Serre is best known for its sportswear with Islamic influences. in the form of color and motifs. A typical handmade design from her is the Crescent print. Source: Video by Giulia Roman, Marine Serre YouTube
Dec 4, 2019
Marine Serre shows pregnant models in PFW SS20 show
Spring summer fashion is about the race -- often in vain -- to get a flat tummy. But that was not the case on the Paris fashion week catwalk Tuesday, where two pregnant models walked the runways. The French designer sent her mum-to-be out cradling her tummy in the drizzle at her outdoor show, while the Chinese brand Dawei had another...
Sep 25, 2019
Marine Serre launches menswear
It's good to be Marine Serre right now. The designer has seen a meteoric rise to success in a very short amount of time. She recently won the LVMH prize and has seen a growing list of stockists, a very impressive feat for a designer whose only had her collection for three seasons. In the wake of a growing menswear market, the designer has...
Mar 15, 2019
A stitch in time: Fashion's new stars want to save the world
A new generation of rising fashion stars alarmed by the plight of the planet are designing in a radically different way to their elders. Some of the most interesting shows of Paris fashion week -- once notorious for its decadence and waste -- have come from millennials and Generation Z creators rejecting the over-consumption they were brought up...
Mar 4, 2019
Upcycling goes luxury pointing to a fashion uprising
Upcycling might seem like a millennial phenomena but it’s been around for a while. Remember when Molly Ringwald in “Pretty in Pink” remade the Pepto-Bismol-colored polka dot 50s dress her father bought her, recycling decorative bows into stand-up collars, into a dress for the prom. Or back even further to when Scarlett O’Hara instructed Mammy to...
Oct 22, 2018
Marine Serre wins LVMH prize
French-Belgian designer Marine Serre has won the coveted LVMH Prize for Young Designers for 2017. The award was presented by Rihanna. As the winner, Serre walks away with 300,000 euros, in addition to a year of coaching from experts at LVMH Möet Hennessy Louis Vuitton. The eight finalists presented their work to a jury, which included Maria...
Jun 16, 2017