Holding in high regard natural fabrics like cotton, silk, and linen, Carmen March re-launched her namesake label in 2017 after a three-year hiatus during which she was the creative director at Pedro del Hierro Madrid. Her own line also based in Madrid, the Spanish designer creates contemporary womenswear with traditional tailoring that borrows from menswear. In just a short period of time since her return, March has established a presence on the global stage with signature styles like her strapless bustier top and exaggerated ruffles.
Fabrics are developed long before cuts are even given consideration so expect quality comfort to be a key distinction. Sophisticated at its core, the brand offers bold forms by the way of oversized jackets and figure-fitting bottoms, inspired by the matador silhouette. Power dressing is renewed with superiorly feminine appeal while drama is derived from voluminous blouses and standout hues among a frequently darker palette.