Marni is as chic as it gets. Launched in 1994 by designer Consuelo Castiglioni, this Milan-based label started out as a collection of outré, fur-trimmed outerwear and quickly expanded into a full fashion line featuring perfectly tailored clothing, chunky-heeled shoes, retro eyewear, acrylic resin costume jewelry, and luxe handbags. Marni loves to experiment with asymmetrical shapes and prints of all kinds — from stencils and feminine floral patterns to bold geometric designs — but also excels at understated basics such as crepe pencil skirts and little black dresses. In 2002 Marni added a menswear line, which mimics the minimalist approach that has endeared Castiglioni’s clothes to female fashion cognoscenti for years. In 2012 the label created a popular collection for H&M that — to no one's surprise — sold out within hours of appearing on the racks.
An ultra-modern crop of dresses suited for every occasion this spring.
Button up this spring in flattering, menswear-inspired staples.
We're smitten with Marni's unique creations, from the utterly offbeat silhouettes to the unexpected color palette. We’ve rounded up a crop of chic summer finds that show the very best of the brand’s signature quirk — offset by designer Conseulo Castiglioni's refined Italian tailoring. Our favorites include graphic jacquard cardigans, secretary-chic skirts, and daring dresses and silk tops in whimsical hues like citrus yellow and creamy peach.
Tabitha Simmons. Rachel Roy. Giuseppe Zanotti. These are just a few of the designers we’ve rounded up in this curated crop of our absolute favorites. You'll find some of this season’s hottest trends on offer — hello, metal-capped pumps — as well as classic picks you'll wear season after season, from embellished ballet flats and loafers to sleek black booties and wedges.