"The Isabel Marant woman doesn't sport a full face of of makeup, or even brush her hair.
She wears heels, but only the kind that can be danced in all night, and when she's at home, she'll most likely be barefoot.
There's an air of insouciance about her wardrobe—her clothes look as if she picked them up on a trip to some exotic, far-flung destination, or pilfered them from her grandfather or maybe her boyfriend.
Marant herself just happens to be such a woman. Her effortless brand owes more to Serge Gainsbourg, and her regular collaborator, Paris Vogue fashion director Emmanuelle Alt, than it does to any fantasy femme or Hollywood starlet." —Natalie Shukur, Nylon Magazine