Isabel Marant pour H&M

 

10 things you have to know about ISABEL MARANT
1. Isabel Marant was born in Paris (1967) to a German mother (a model and a director of the Elite agency) and French father. After her parents divorce, Isabel splited her time between households.

2. Isabel studied at Studio Berçot from 1985 to 1987. Two years later she created her first costume jewelry and accessories line.

3. Isabel Marant about herself: ”Stubborn. I can even say narrow-minded. I am Aries and when I believe in something, I never give up, I go for it. Human. People touch me and interest me. I have sometimes the impression to be an imposture, “Isabel Marant” is always put forward, but without
all the people around me, “she” is nothing. And impatient. I want everything, right away, every time
.”

4. She founded Isabel Marant french house in 1994 and the company has now 10 shops worldwide: Paris, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Beijing, Madrid, Beirut and has retailer in more than 35 countries.

5. In 2013, Isabel Marant joins forces with Heritage Paris to create two skateboards. The inauguration of the Isabel Marant boutique in Los Angeles in January 2013 inspired them to create a skateboard.

6. Isabel Marant’s super flattering wedge sneakers have achieved cult status. Everybody knows her sneakers and they are kind of sold out. Sorry guys!!!

7. A native Parisian, Marant blends ethnic bohemia and tomboy street chic effortlessly, and her name has been on the lips of fashion insiders: editors, models, and sexy actresses like Sienna Miller and Rachel Weisz.

8. In 1997 she Won the year’s Award de la Mode.

9. In 1998 she launched I*M line in Japan. Guest-designs the first of several collections for French clothing catalog La Redoute.

10. In 14th November 2013 she will launch a fabulous collection
ISABEL MARANT pour H&M. You will be able to find the collection in 250 stores from around the world. Stay tune to find more about this new project!

Don’t miss it!

D&A

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