Our list is a mix of rumored candidates, speculations and suggestions from other editors and designers, and some people we just think might be interesting.
LOS ANGELES–Sofia Coppola, Winona Ryder, Freida Pinto, Lou Doillon, Jessica Chastain…name a fashionable young starlet and they were there at Friday night’s launch party for H&M’s latest collaboration with Italian label Marni–decked in the new collection. So was Mel Gibson but he wasn’t wearing Marni for H&M. He just crashed because, we were told, he Read more →
We should still be exhausted from the widespread chaos caused by Versace for H&M (there’s still lots of it on eBay, if you were wondering), but that hasn’t curbed our genuine excitement for Marni’s signature quirkiness to make its way into H&M stores (and our closets) next March. Consuelo Castiglioni said in a statement, “I wanted to create a true Marni wardrobe by revisiting all our favorite pieces in signature fabrics and prints.” This of course got us thinking about our own favorite Marni moments–from printed dresses to arty necklaces to chunky sandals with socks.
We’re still reeling from Versace for H&M mania–the collection launched barely two weeks ago–but H&M has just revealed their next designer collaboration. They’re sticking with the Italians for this next collab, and if you found Versace for H&M’s loud prints and studs a touch too much, this collection will deliver prints and color combinations that Read more →
In a way, I feel like Marni was the precursor to Isabel Marant‘s cultish success. Much like Marant, Marni was around for quite some time before it became a must-wear. And also like Marant, people who love Marni really love Marni, and you can tell a Marni girl from miles away. It seemed that everyone Read more →
This morning, WWD reported a collaboration between LA based denim brand Current Eliot and Marni, the Italian luxury house designed by Consuelo Castiglioni. Serge Azria, who owns Joie which in turn backs Current/Eliot, mentioned that the designers, Emily Current and Merrit Eliot, had nothing to do with the collaboration whatsoever. But he was, “thrilled for Read more →