it's pouring down at marine serre
After creating her spring/summer collection during a 45 degree Parisian heatwave, the French designer imagined our world after the apocalypse — climate wars, heatwaves, mass extinction, acid rain.
in the age of big tech, why is fashion returning to the world of cyberpunk?
There might have been dramatic advancements in the relationship between fashion and tech, but designers seem to be moving towards something a little more Y2K.
a portrait of fashion now, by alexandra leese
For The Homegrown Issue of i-D, Alexandra Leese and Bojana Kozarevic capture the designs of the moment on a beautifully grey Hong Kong day.
marine serre launches menswear
marine serre’s latest upcycled futurewear is designed for post-apocalyptic survival
Lose yourself in the LVMH-prize winning designer’s imagination-igniting, possibility-pushing world as she elevates long-lost ephemera, finds value in trash and reimagines couture.
marine serre just sent real families down the catwalk
The LVMH-prize winning designer blew the cobwebs off couture, elevated the everyday and continued her quiet, confident upcycling revolution.
the earthwise issue
marine serre is a fashion force to be reckoned with
Not content with launching one of fashion’s most exciting labels, French designer Marine Serre is crafting a sustainability-focused soft power movement that demands the industry is more conscious of the world around it.
lvmh prize-winning marine serre presented her upcycled future wear
Last year, Marine was working with Demna at Balenciaga. For the last ten months she's been building her own label.
rihanna presents €300k french fashion prize to marine serre
Marine is the first French designer to win the LVMH Prize, with her collection Radical Call for Love.