Isabel Marant Etoile

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Defining Parisian attitude and feminine spirit, Isabel Marant's easygoing Étoile diffusion line launched in 1999. With insouciance at the core of the brand’s ethos, Isabel Marant Étoile boasts collections of relaxed off-duty fashion with a romantic bohemian edge that quickly become the ultimate cool-girl staples. It’s a collection close to the designer’s heart, as it’s the basis of her own wardrobe - her aim has always been to create real clothes for real moments - whether you’re walking down the street or zipping off on a scooter to run your latest errands. Having just dropped in our Primrose Hill store, Anna shows how to nail the boy-meets-girl aesthetic of Isabel Marant’s latest Etoile collection.

The ‘Lindsie’ one piece is perfect for a lunch with friends in the city, or checking out local markets while on holiday. For now while the weather’s cool, team with the ‘Garvey’ coat (call to buy) and finish the look with sneakers and a basket bag.

In Isabel Marant Etoile’s latest collection - nothing is over-designed, it’s a lot about how you can be stylish just with a pair of jeans, a jacket and a T-shirt with the right proportions. Anna layers the ever stylish ‘Charly’ jacket over new season ‘Dawendy’ shirt and teamed them with DL1961’s ‘Hepburn’ jeans and Alexander McQueen sneakers.

Isabel Marant’s ‘Gimi’ coat is such a refreshing alternative to other monochromatic coats you may already have in your wardrobe. Anna’s kept the primary palette by layering hers over the ‘Maria’ top and ‘Gian’ pullover (call to buy). She’s finished off the look with DL1961’s ‘Hepburn’ denim and Alexander McQueen sneakers.

Blending relaxed tailoring with bohemian detailing, the ‘Mexika’ shirt matched with the ‘Lago’ pants (call to buy) is the perfect outfit for days of city wandering. The classic paisley print of Isabel Marant’s shirt will ensure you’ll be wearing it season after season.

Isabel Marant never approves a design before trying it on herself - and we can totally picture the designer in these ‘Lindsie’ overalls. For this look, Anna has cinched in her waist with Maison Scotch’s thin leather belt and layered over Marant’s ‘Foftya’ jacket for warmth - with corduroy set to make a huge comeback this season, we recommend investing in this trend, stat!




Jade Brock