The Nordic fashion set flocked to Paris to celebrate Isabel Marant's take on high-gloss summer
With an enduring allure and instantly recognisable nonchalance, for 26 years Isabel Marant’s designs have been embraced with fury by the Scandi style set's best dressed. So it was little surprise that the French label’s SS22 fashion week 'frow' was teaming Scandinavian tastemakers.
Vogue Scandinavia's editor-in-chief Martina Bonnier (dressed in Rotate Birger Christensen), Danish fashion editor Sophia Roe (in a Isabel Marant silver studded skirt and sweater) and handbag expert Marianne Theodorsen (donning of-the-moment neon boots) were all front row at the Palais Royal venue.
Sitting next to Theodorsen was Norwegian fashion director Annabel Rosendahl in a cream fringed Isabel Marant jumper, floral midi and black Cuban boots.
Danish super stylist Emili Sindlev paired acid-wash jeans with sparkling heels, Therese Hellström went for a sporty silhouette that was straight from the runway, while Pernille Teisbaek kept summer alive in a black mini.
The runway itself was a celebration of summer, more specifically, “healthy, sporty, beautiful women with a lot of skin and legs,” as Marant told Vogue. The silhouettes conjured 1980s nostalgia with voluminous shoulders and gym-class shorts. Vibrant colours, ombre, graphic prints and jumpsuits were aplenty.