Marine Serre (1991). French Designer. The designer was born in Brive-la – Gaillarde near Corrèze (France) on 13 December 1991. She graduated with full marks in 2016 at the École nationale supérieure des arts visuels de La Cambre (better known as Le Chambre) in Brussels, presenting a final show entitled “Radical Call For Love” which will attract the attention of buyers from The Broken Arm and Dover Street Market.
Hybridism and transformation are the central pivot of Serre Marine’s creativity: an original blend of comfort and practicality which, in any case, does not forget to also endorse the theme of femininity. A dualism that does not seem to hold up but that leads the French designer to success. Her style has been defined as “Futurewear”, that is futuristic. Supported, in her own way, also thanks to the use of upcycled items that make up her collections.
Marine Serre, before founding her eponymous brand in 2017, carried out an internship in Sarah Burton’s atelier, in Alexander McQueen and then again in Maison Margiela, in Dior at the time of Raf Simons and in Balenciaga under the guidance of Demna Gvasalia.
In June 2017, the designer won the LVMH Prize, founded in 2014 to support the new generation of Fashion Biz. A recognition that allows her to achieve an interesting notoriety. Moreover, she has the opportunity to dress women of the star system. Among them Beyoncé (who chooses a Marine Serre look for the video of the single Already), Kendall Jenner and Adele. Her debut on the Parisian catwalks took place in 2018.
In 2020 Marine receives another prestigious award, the Andam’s family fund award, the recognition assigned by the Association Nationale pour le Developpement des Arts de la Mode to encourage the growth of new Made en France fashion artists.
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