Men finally get a version of Isabel Marant’s cult Wedge sneaker for fall – WWD


Isabel Marant opted for a playful mishmash of prints and colors for fall, dressing her men in easy classics – trucker sweaters, baggy denim jeans, bucket hats and plaids galore – that are a snap. look at the outdoor trends of the 1990s.

“With the pandemic, people are spending a lot of time in joggers and sneakers and not dressing up and no one is ready to wear things that you don’t feel good in,” she said during the interview. ‘a date, highlighting the ease of a combination. cut from soft beige cotton, or the ever-effective denim-on-denim look, offered with different washes on each garment.

The playful side materializes in touches like the primary colors of a parka, reminiscent of Lego blocks; or the interplay of ikat and marble prints, executed in earthy tones for a soft camouflage effect. Although the movie of the season featured a very youthful and nonchalant cast, Marant wasn’t just targeting a younger consumer. “I’m always told I have to do navy blue and gray – it’s boring. I’m not here to do that. [This shows] you can convince more conservative men – my brothers, or even my husband [designer Jérôme Dreyfuss], go get something more [daring in style],” she said.

New this season included color block sportswear and a high top sneaker with Velcro tabs called Bumkeeh. Its subtly contoured sole made it a sibling to its women’s wedge kicks. They are sure to be a crowd pleaser, for all ages.


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