Marine Serre has always been a conscious designer but this season her collection had climate change front and center. Called Marée Noire which translates to Oil Spill, her story for the runway was about survivors of climate wars and mass extinction. And don’t think this is just a PR stunt or a sort of greenwashing. 50% of the collection is made from upcycled materials and the rest is produced locally.
The first french designer to win the LVMH Prize she is constantly questioning the relevance of another fashion brand and pushes through to an answer that brings sustainability, wearability and couture all to the table. @marineserre_official