Crocs made cool? This was Kristine Froseth's rose-adorned cupcake look for Simone Rocha

By Josefin Forsberg
Kristine Froseth wears a pink raincoat with a bow-detailed shoulder, a pearl handbag and embellished crocs to the Simone Rocha AW24 show

Photo: Darren Gerrish

Spotted among Simone Rocha's frill-filled front row, The Buccaneers star was suitably dressed was London weather wearing a wet-wicking pink coat and comfortable sock-stuffed Crocs

Coquettish charm is the only way to describe Kristine Frøseth in Simone Rocha. Frequently spotted on our favourite series The Buccaneer, the Norwegian starlet has made the designer's signature frills, bows and feminine details a natural part of her wardrobe for some time. The love affair culminated in Frøseth's most recent look at London Fashion Week: an impossibly cute cupcake raincoat worn with covetable Crocs (two words we never thought would go together.)


For the occasion of the London designer's runway show during London Fashion Week, Frøseth opted for a runway look from Simone Rocha's spring/summer '24 collection – look three to be precise. Rendered in a shiny powder pink raincoat-reminiscent material, Frøseth opted to wear the look loose-fit instead of cinched in with the drawstring details. In line with Simone Rocha's rose inspiration last season, two fabric flowers bloomed from Frøseth's left shoulder.

Kristine Frøseth wearing a pink bow-adorned coat and embellished crocs posing with Buccaneers co-star Guy Remmers

Kristine Frøseth poses with Buccaneers co-star Guy Remmers. Photo: Darren Gerrish

Accessorising the look, Frøseth opted for Simone Rocha's eye-catching Crocs collaboration. Wearing tall, ribbed beige wool socks stuffed in a pair of white platform clogs – embellished with coquette pearls and sparkling gems, naturally – she also partnered the look with the brand's iconic pearlescent egg-shaped handbag. Topping things off, the Norwegian actor continued her run of ribbon-adorned earrings wearing a pair of white fabric roses with strings attached/

As for Frøseth's beauty choices for the night, they may have been Pamela Anderson-inspired. The Norwegian actress shed makeup in lieu of a bare face, with a lit-from-within glow she could thank celebrity-approved London-based "skin sculptor" Guendalina Gennari for. An effect which Frøseth commented gave her skin "LIFE!" over on Instagram.