As seen in her sweaty SS24 show, at PFW
All the best things happen in the nighttime, and Marine Serre – whose signature moon crescent logo has been sweeping the fashion landscape – knows it better than anyone. This season, placing the audience behind metal barricades as if it were a festival, the iconic brand delivered a show that is a testament to Serre’s love for electronic music – which also informs the radicality and liberation felt through her design.
Opening the show to Debussy’s ‘Clair de Lune’ (of course), was Teyana Taylor in a body-sculpting dress made out of pleated scarves and reworked t-shirts merged together, showing off Serre’s exceptional approach to upcycled craftsmanship. The star-studded line-up followed, with our favs Brooke Candy in a textured Hawaiian-motif cut-out dress and Sevdaliza in a monumental layered jean piece – like a knight in denim armour. The eclectic talent was the perfect complement to Serre’s unapologetic collection, in which granny-square blankets are revamped into rave-friendly attire, beach towels are married to silk scarves, and cheeky silver leather occasionally shines through. Moving in a more sensual and mysterious direction, the show closes with a hearty splash of draped glossy black fabrics and a return of the majestic lunar motif in whole-body (and face) prints. As a celebration of how much music saturates fashion, Serre’s vision is nothing short of capturing the collective passion and unconfined physical expression of freedom that is brought by true art.