Georges Marciano unveils new collection and online store

The internet just gained a new fashion neighbour.

Georges Marciano, the designer known around the world for his successful career in fashion, has launched an exciting online shopping destination. Marciano has set out to curate a collection of his own exclusive Georges Marciano label, alongside handpicked pieces from quality brands like Levi’s and Tokyo Laundry.

The focus on quality and hand crafted designs is a theme throughout the new online store. The site includes products for men and women, as well as including shoes and accessories. Marciano is celebrating his new online venture with a collection that is inspired from a time before this digital age.

Focusing on 1980’s aesthetics, the collection is inspired by the past, but keeps a contemporary look. Its Southern California feel, a standard characteristic of Marciano designs, is reflected throughout the collection. The Georges Marciano brand, focused on designing quality denim pieces, includes nine new washes created for both men and women. We also love that the pants are available in half sizes as well!

 

As the inventor of stone washed jeans, Marciano has without a doubt, a clear vision when it comes to denim and apparel. He takes pride in handcrafted products and has strict protocols in place to ensure the highest quality fabrics and trims. The product is cut, fit and finished in Los Angeles and only partners with the best and most integral vendors.

Marciano seems very interested in how the internet has shaped the way fashion designers, and the entire fashion industry, does its business. He also seems eager to have a bit of fun while he’s at it.

I am very pleased with the new collection and looking forward to shaking up the fashion industry once again.

– Georges Marciano

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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