Izabel Goulart, Chiara Ferragni, Elsa Hosk: the looks of the week

In cities as diverse as Paris, Los Angeles, New York, London and Milan, fashion icons regularly share their favorite looks on social networks, offering a bird's-eye view of emerging trends. This week, the clothes on show were largely laidback -- think shorts and swimwear -- and there were not that many of them to see. As a general rule models and influencers have been less inclined to share their inspiration on social networks in light of the current wave of protest in the United States, which has been prompted by the death of George Floyd.

Izabel Goulart
The Brazilian model is a master in the art of combining chic and comfort, and she proved it yet again this week with this immaculate white-lace two-piece, which contrasts with the country-style interior of the room. In this snap, we can see that the 35-year old is wearing mini-shorts and can just make out a blouse or short shirt which is most probably knotted at the waist.



Elsa Hosk
The Swedish model blends in perfectly in her garden, which is dominated by a resplendent array of flowers in various shades of pink. The runway star has combined a fuchsia bikini top with brilliant high-waisted leather or synthetic-leather pants. A laidback casual look that is absolutely ideal for the season.



Josephine Le Tutour
Convinced that this is no time for a letup, the French model has headed back to the tennis courts to get fit after the lockdown. Naturally, she has opted for an all-sports outfit with shorts, a T-shirt knotted at the waist and a baseball cap, which are all in different shades of blue.



Chiara Ferragni
The Italian influencer stands out with a rock 'n' roll, ultra-casual look that sounds the right note for the weekend. For the occasion, the 33-year-old is wearing hand-cut denim Bermuda shorts with a thin-strap print top. Chunky black ankle boots add a touch of grunge.



Romee Strijd
The Dutch top model chose a knit dress with lateral cutouts to announce that she is expecting on Instagram. Romee Strijd accompanied the photo with a long and moving message on the difficulties she faced to conceive her baby.