French designer of effortless chic women's garments and accessories; Isabel Marant, sees a major difference between the way American and French women dress, but insists that change is inevitable."For girls all over the world, there is the realization and interpretation of all cultures," explains Marant. "I think there's a kind of uniformity that is coming up more and more because we're all sharing the same images; It's like this in China, Japan, Germany, and England."
Isabel Marant began her career as a high fashion model then graduated to Director of the all mighty ELITE agency. She has mingled with industry heavy hitters, collaborating with names such as; Michael Klein, Bridget Yorke, Marc AscoliÕs,Yohji Yamamoto,Martine Sitbon and ChloŽ.
In '89 Marant produced accessories and jewelry for Claude Montana, Michel Perry and Yorke & Cole. A year later she cultivated her own clothing line consisting of knits and jersey pieces. Thankfully, about four years later, Tween becomes Isabel Marant and showcases her FUCKIN SICK eponymous collection during their first fashion show in 1995. From 95 to the present day, Marant continues to BLOW UP!
The same women who are wearing designer labels like Prada, Owens and Dries Van Noten are also rocking this Parisian designer whose clothes are never a trend or a season but rather a style. "Women love Isabel Marant as she designs clothes that women want and can wear," said Holli Rogers, the buying director of Net-a-Porter.
Marant collections are entirely wearable, yet distinctive and all together sexy.