Fashion's most lauded supermodel sister duo have reunited on the runway at Isabel Marant, and we are totally here for the most stylish family get-together we've seen in a long while.
The pair turned heads earlier this month, serving 1970s disco divas at Tom Ford in New York, and just last week they both starred in Versace's gothic, bridal-inspired display in Milan. But it was Paris' turn to welcome the sisters and on Thursday, Isabel Marant had the pleasure of allowing Bella and Gigi to star in its SS23 show.
The French label is best known for its romantic, bohemian aesthetic and its latest collection certainly stayed true to its roots. Peasant blouses, whimsical racer backs and ultra-wearable florals proved that Sienna Miller and Kate Moss' iconic early 2000s Glastonbury outfits are still utterly relevant in 2022.
Donning two different looks with opposing colour palettes, Bella wore a black pointed hem mini dress with rope detailing and a hobo bag, rich with distressed tassels, as well as a white floaty sequin blouse threaded with glints of silver and a pair of cool, biker-style straight-leg trousers.
Gigi, on the other hand, looked like she was ready to hit up the main stage, having taken precaution against the turbulent British weather in a camo print coat-dress hybrid piece and a pair of T-bar heeled sandals.
"Fragility meets toughness as fabrics and volumes come together. Mixing leather with silk and crochet with skin, the Isabel Marant girl seems to be coming straight out of a Corinne Day editorial," the brand said of its Paris Fashion Week show.
"A sense of extreme lightness radiates from the collection. The colour and pattern palette blends together earthy tones and floral prints coming from the other side of the world. Emphasis is on flou styles with feminine and precious details: golden beads, delicate ruffles and thin straps. She walks down the runway with the confidence to be feminine."
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