Marine Serre Fall/Winter 2019 “Radiation” Collection
Former LVMH Prize Winner Marine Serre continues to deliver the iconic crescent moon designs alongside a wide array of apocalypse-inspired garments for her Fall/Winter 2019 “Radiation” collection. Highlighting Serre’s sustainability-focused efforts, almost half of her FW19 staples are crafted from her upcycled materials, setting the tone to employ similarly conscious craft for future seasons. With big names such as K-pop singer Sandara Park and Japanese model Emma Komatsu wearing the label’s sough-after logomania pieces at Serre’s Paris Fashion Week SS20 show, this time around, we’ve rounded up an expansive lineup of similar statement pieces, showcasing everything from skin-tight tops and leggings to dresses and oversized jackets. Scroll through to check out our favorite looks and shop below.
Heavily inspired by futuristic artifacts, one notable piece is the Reflective Dress. Rendered in 3M reflective fabric, the pleated one-piece sees Serre’s hallmark branding on the voluminous yet uneven hem and extra-long sleeves, alongside a metal motif closure at back. The dress can be worn with the Iconic Leggings for a full cutting-edge look. For another daring style, reach for the shamanic-inspired T-Shirt and Mouton Jacket. Detailed with contrasting green-hued graphics throughout, the top arrives with eye-print on the front and oversized brand verbiage at the back. Offered in a bold neon green tone, the outerwear comes with a stand collar, zip pocket at the chest, and drawstring with cord lock fastening at hem.
Elsewhere, the two-toned Flared Dresses is detailed with an open back and ruffled flared hem for a soft and feminine touch. The design is seen paired with the Iconic Leggings and Jersy Gloves With Contrast Fingertips which are dressed in multi-colored verbiage. Rounding out the range with more logo-laden staples are the Split Crescent Moon Top and Jacquard Sweater. While the top is constructed from contrasting panels in hues of tan, black and pink, the sweater comes with timeless monochromatic prints.