|Headquarters||50, rue Croix des Petits Champs
75001 Paris, Paris, France
Number of locations
|Asia, Europe, and the Americas|
|Isabel Marant, owner
Sophie Duruflé, General Manager
|Products||Clothing, jewellery, accessories|
Isabel Marant is a French house of fashion founded in 1994 by designer Isabel Marant. The brand was launched initially in 1990 under the name "Twen," before being renamed to Isabel Marant in 1994. Originally consisting only of a line of jerseys and knitwear, the brand is currently most popular for its shoes, which have been worn by many celebrities, including Kate Bosworth, Katie Holmes, Anne Hathaway and Hilary Duff. The first show was shown in Spring/Summer 1995. In 2000, Marant expanded her brand by adding "Etoile," which is designed to be more affordable and casual  The company has 10 shops worldwide: Paris, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Los Angeles, Beijing, Madrid, Beirut, London  and has retailers in more than 35 countries. Isabel Marant has recently agreed to design collections for high street giant H&M, which sold out in minutes online causing the website to crash. In her collaboration with H&M, Marant said, "The nice thing with H&M is they don't want to try to do a cheap version of your own collection… They really respect the DNA of designers." The clothing has been described as a "combination of androgynous chic and bohemian nonchalance". Since its inception, the brand has increased 30% in sales each year.
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