Marine Serre debuted her eponymous line in 2017 with her graduation collection at La Cambre Mode[s], the prestigious art and design school in Brussels. Shortly after presenting the collection, named “Radical Call for Love”, she was approached with a role at Balenciaga and moved to Paris while simultaneously beginning production of her first pieces. To add to the extraordinary success the recent grad already had, Serre was also nominated for the ANDAM Prize, Hyères Festival, and the LVMH Prize of which she won.
Best identified by her signature crescent-moon motif, the French designer blurs the boundaries that separate sportswear, ready-to-wear, and couture. The mashup of these fashion camps is intended to produce what her team calls “new-functionalist ‘FutureWear’”. Driven by political, societal, and cultural consciousness, the resulting product is projected in standouts in more recent collections that include skin-simulating bodysuits, up-cycled accessories, and skirts inspired 19th century Moroccan garb.