Lookbook: Marine Serre FAall 2024 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Marine Serre’s Fall 2024 Ready-To-Wear Collection showcases the French designer’s unique vision of sustainability and modernity in fashion. Known for her signature crescent moon motif, Serre intertwines elements of sportswear and couture in a harmonious blend of functionality and sophistication.

The opening included a decidedly Serre-esque blend of athletic and nighttime to morning attire, beginning with a knitted leather coat with panels that looked like “fur” and transitioning into sheer black skirts with flocking. Black tracksuit over faux python heeled boots replaced a black knit sparkle-moon dress and cardigan over bodysuit.

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Following were two loose suits in a non-moon black-on-black check jacquard, thigh-highs and rugged jackets in smoked-finish moon leathers, and two all-over black on white moon print outfits (accessorized by a shopping caddy occupied by vegetables and a baby carrier).

More knitwear in brighter hues and an assortment of exquisitely draped recycled scarf pieces preceded a sequence of moiré looks, which included two amazing sportily-corseted fitting ruched gowns. Next were workwear and trousers with a moon symbol, leather and jersey with a python print, and a blue marinière sweater. Fork-head earrings and a necklace made of recycled key fobs—a passion that Serre’s grandfather, Jean-Jacques, used to share—were two fantastic accents. An ergonomically correct pattern was created by manipulating the print of a historic brooch collection to create a body suit.

Overall, Marine Serre continues to push boundaries in the realm of sustainable fashion with her Fall 2024 collection, setting new standards for both style and ethical design practices.

See collection as compiled by Vogue