Typical Isabel Marant shoes
When it comes to Isabel Marant, fashion is supposed to be real. All her creations have the claim to underline the femininity and the ease of women in everyday life. This is why she tries all her designs before they are produced. This credo is particularly evident in her shoemaking models: the hidden wedge heel at the Bekett sneakers or the everyday high heels of her ankle boots collections. Whether on foot, on the bike or in the car, with an Isabel Marant shoe, a woman mastered her everyday life and especially important: without unpleasant shoes fauxpas. Their models are well thought-out and, despite various influences and sources of inspiration, such as the English Chelsea Boots or Western Boots like in the wild West, they remain true to their Bohemian and their own Isabel Marant Style. Isabel Marant is now not only a designer or label, but a style. The shoemaking models are made in France or Italy and are worth their price and investment due to the high-quality leather used. Because of the high-quality manufacturing process, a pair of Isabel Marant shoes costs between 350 € and 800 € – second hand you already from 100 €. Another characteristic of the French label: exclusivity and scarcity. In contrast to many other French labels, such as Maje, Sandro & Co., the label began to sell its collections only in 2011 outside of France. The company was founded in 1994. The breakthrough in Europe succeeded Isabel Marant with the H & M collaboration in 2013: Isabel Marant pour H & M. Once again, Isabel Marant proved that she is faithful to her line and created her very own collection with H & M and not for H & M. To this day, fashionistas are rummaging around the coveted shoes – the pumps with the rivets, the red converse-like sneakers or the boots with the fringes. Comparatively cheap, the onslaught was accordingly large: the H & M website was temporarily out of operation due to so many orders. More Isabel Marant does not go – unfortunately there are these IT pieces only second hand to buy and are also always quickly out of print.