Isabel Marant SS15
"Isabel's girl is still as cool as ever; this time she's gone Roman. With each model wearing chic Roman sandals and summery vacation-style pieces often cut with raw hems in neutrals and black - it made me want to pack my bags and go back on vacation."
Helen David, Harrods Fashion Director of Womenswear
With modern art as her inspiration for SS15, Isabel Marant put forward a collection that felt more polished than seasons past, but oozing of cool nonetheless. The opening exits consisted of monochrome jackets tightly wrapped around the waist with leather belts and flippy little skirts (Marant's speciality) followed by a series of short party dresses featuring graphic or tribal prints. From there the collection seemingly transitioned from its sleek urban mood to the country where tiered and knife-pleated minis came in shades of ochre or rust and vests were adorned with fringing. Knitted ponchos were teamed with peek-a-boo Broderie Anglaise trousers and utility shorts boasted thick, rope-knotted belts. The show concluded with the ultimate black party dresses: one a stretchy number layered under a feather-trimmed vest, the other a shimmery one-shoulder micro mini - all worn with next summer's footwear of choice, the flat sandal.
Who we saw: Model, Karlie Kloss, on the runway
What they wore: A white fringed poncho
In a nutshell: Whether you're a city girl or a country mouse, it's time to party, Marant-style
See the key SS15 Shows