Celebrities wearing Isabel Marant for H&M

We are all excited for Isabel Marant for H&M collection which will hit the store very soon. The highly anticipated collection has been given a seal of approval by A-listers such as Freida Pinto, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kirsten Dunst.

Isabel Marant for H&M collection will arrive in stores worldwide on the 14th November and features clothing and accessories for women, men and children. The women’s wear collection include textured sweaters and jackets with beaded embroidery, slick leather trousers, printed skinny jeans and grey suede ankle boots with colourful tassel detailing. Menswear inspired jackets and bohemian-style patterned tops give the collection a diverse feel.

Freida wore head to toe Isabel Marant for H&M as she attended the Isabel Marant for H&M collection launch party in Paris. The actress wore a Moroccan inspired black white & red patterned jacket with a short ruffled skirt, white top and slouchy suede ankle boots.

Kirsten Dunst wore a sheer chiffon dress by Isabel Marant pour H&M with black Chloe Lauren scalloped ballet flats and black bucket handbag for a dressed down look.

January Jones looked amazing in Isabel Marant pour H&M printed cropped trousers which she teamed wore with a see through white top with ankle boots as she attended the launch of the Isabel Marant for H&M collection. 

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore the sheer patterned tea dress with suede boots by Isabel Marant, an oversized crocodile skin handbag by Kate Moss for Longchamp and sunglasses for a stylish take on the tea dress. 

Olga Kurylenko looked stunning in a patterned Isabel Marant for H&M dress which she wore with studded heels, 1920s hairstyle and a red lipstick

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