Influencers from around the world promote fashion for the 70’s with the Jenny Fairy AW21 collection

Influencers from around the world promote fashion for the 70's with the Jenny Fairy AW21 collection

The most fashionable girls from Copenhagen, Paris and Milan love Jenny Fairy’s shoes and bags for the autumn-winter season 2021. They are especially fond of the capsule collection Don’t Be Shy. Ankle boots on the post, bags with ruffles, hobo bags – you must have them too!

Influencers from around the world promote fashion for the 70’s with the Jenny Fairy AW21 collection

The most fashionable girls from Copenhagen, Paris and Milan love Jenny Fairy’s shoes and bags for the autumn-winter season 2021. They are especially fond of the capsule collection Don’t Be Shy. Ankle boots on the post, bags with ruffles, hobo bags – you must have them too!

Fashion people who know that vintage is the strongest trend in recent seasons, have discovered the brand Jenny Fairy. Influencers, fascinated by the style of times gone by, use accessories in the atmosphere of the 1970s, referring to the aesthetics of flower children, the golden age of disco and Charlie’s Angels.

Parisian women combine this style with the French je ne sais quoi, that is, controlled nonchalance. Justine Soranzo appeared on the streets of the City of Lights in a trench coat, bells and a wrinkled bag from the limited Jenny Fairy Don’t Be Shy collection. Estelle Chemouny also chose the 70s fashion – she liked patent leather boots from the capsule Don’t Be Shy, which she chose with super-fashionable patchwork jeans and faux fur. Jen Wonders – a French woman living in Los Angeles – has added a patchwork quilt and boots with a stair sole to her collection.

Justine Soranzo JF
Justine Soranzo
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Estelle Chemouny JF
Estelle Chemouny
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Jen Wonders JF
Jen Wonders
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Scandinavians also appreciate the Jenny Fairy brand, which is constantly promoting new trends. Accessories that from the 70’s are skillfully mixed with clothes from other decades. The queen of vintage Pernille Rosenkilde has boots on a pole in a neutral shade, Babette von Luijk from The Hague in a shopper with an exotic leather motif and white boots with a stair sole, and Ellie Delphine with boots that sit close to the foot such as. socks. Simone Noa and Annabel Rosendahl are another fashionable girl who was enchanted in the 1970s. Marie Hindkær from Copenhagen, known for modern minimalism based on black, oversize cuts and sports accents, chose a hobo bag. Stylist and designer Tyché Agatha chose the same shape in lemon shade for styling à la Annie Hall.

Pernille Rosenkilde JF
Pernille Rosenkildet
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Marie Hindkaer JF
Marie Hindkaer
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Simone Noa Hedal JF
Simone Noa Hedal
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Style specialists prove that Jenny Fairy accessories are universal – even though they are well built into trends, they let you play with fashion, because they will work well in a total vintage look, as well as in a minimalist, romantic and sexy version.

The Jenny Fairy collection is now available in CCC stores, on ccc.eu and in the app.

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