I've always been a Marant fan. Before she became a truly global phenonemon (did that time really exist?) I used to mooch around ebay France translating myself into countless bargains and a few very bad buys. I still have three utterly unique Marant pieces that I wear with great fondness and a certain sense of privilege. Marant's early collections always felt small, personal and as if each piece was special in its own right. More than this though was her great sense of nonchalant style. I always thought this was to do with being an über cool French girl. I once knew a Marant type girl. She wasn't archetypally pretty. Men walked past her without a second look. But women? Women adored her. Watched her every move, studied her every look ..
Inspired by the unseen inside machines, Clarice's high finish and mechanical creations put themes often perceived as masculine and mundane, into a delicate, appealing and glamourous light. Watch cogs as pretty as daisies, engraved messages that hark to the passing of time. The perfec..
"Rain lashes your face, thunder rattles your teeth. Your life is this road, this path you sing, your dreams are bold and bright. You carry expectations and hopes on your back, but your step is light. If you stop, you are lost. If you walk, you will find. And what sustains you is memories, ..