For Marine Serre, fashion is all about circularity. Intent on revolutionising our wardrobes and clothing habits, she designs stunning, subversive pieces made from recycled and regenerated materials. With the polluting nature of fashion no longer in any doubt, the designer is determined to do her part and come up with new alternatives. Through various processes designed to restore deadstock fabrics, destined for the bin, Marine Serre manages to produce 50% of her creations through upcycling. Pieces that cannot be made from recycled fabrics are the subject of other innovations, such as the use of recycled fibres and biodegradable yarns. This commitment to sustainability has quickly made Marine Serre one of the most iconic names in a new generation of fashion designers. Winner of the LVMH prize in 2017, she draws from various inspirations - artistic and sporting in particular - ensuring that each of her presentations has the impact she desires. The Marine Serre style is easily recognisable: maximalist, colourful, mystical and highly technical, it is aimed at fearless and fashion-forward fans. Though the house has various signature styles, like the small spoons reinterpreted in its jewellery, its moire fabric and its tartan, the most popular is undoubtedly its "moon" print. Featured on denim bucket hats, jackets, jeans, tights and figure-hugging jumpsuits, it has been spotted on this generation's biggest fashion icons, even appearing in Beyoncé's music videos. Marine Serre's signature crescent moon has also inspired a mysterious and elegant bag design, the Eclips. While it looks set to become the brand's flagship piece, it completes an already extensive range of accessories. With the Madame, Parpaing and Popcorn bags, plus balaclavas, bucket hats, caps, belts, jewellery, and more, opt for sustainable fashion, opt for Marine Serre.