Isabel Marant has been cutting some of the coolest women’s clothes on the French fashion scene since 1994 – and now, after dabbling with menswear for her 2013 collaboration with H&M, she’s delivering her first full-blown collection for us guys too. Back in September last year, the designer showed her first men’s looks woven into her Spring/Summer 2018 womenswear catwalk in Paris. These eight outfits were designed to show just how easily Marant’s signature sleek-bohemian vibe could translate into menswear. There were bang-on-trend 90s elements (pull-over windbreakers, oversized grungey jumpers, puffa jackets) and perennially cool sporty touches (pool slides, shell suit-style joggers, gilets), all in a jazzy-yet-muted palette of navy, black, dark pink and dark red, with zings of purple and flashes of silver. Throw in a few chest-exposing vests that would make any man want to hit chest press immediately, and you’ve got a collection that felt youthful, cool and – dare we say it – sexy. Read more at British GQ.