One of the last ones to show during Paris Men’s Fashion Week – and that’s alway a mission and a half with half of the attendees having caught the fashion week flu and the other half still being exhausted – Marine Serre knew how to captivate our attention for SS24.
This season, Teyana Taylor opened the show wearing a moulded-bodice made of wrinkled scarps, with an array of different coloured and motif scarves hanging from the sides, finished off with some eye-catching face jewellery and white-dotted makeup. Teyana wasn’t the only big name on the runway, with the Spanish actor Aron Piper also making an appearance, in blue jeans with the brand’s crescent moon logo, a black mesh tank top, and blinged out with a silver “Marine Serre” tagged chain and belt.
The famous crescent moon logo had its fair share of features, of course. We saw it especially on laser-washed denim pieces, such as all over jeans, cropped jackets and mini skirts. Most strikingly, the crescent was seen in a cream colour all over a one-piece bodysuit that even covered the model’s face, finished off with silver pumps and a ruched dress tied at the top with a golden crescent.
Marine Serre also stepped out of her usual comfort zone, by giving us colourful crochet looks. We also saw a men’s coat and skirt adorned with picture-book style graphics, such as that of a blossoming tree. Silver became a key component this season, appearing on footwear, skirts and a full look from jacket to trousers, with the crescent of course appearing on the protruding pockets.
Once again, Marine Serre gives us a collection that feels both sync with itself while exploring polar opposite aesthetics, tying it all in with her classic symbol.
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