Despite the capacitance specifications being what they are, you are unlikely to see any ill-effects of cable capacitance at typical I2C signaling rates up to 400 KHz Fast Mode, for a cable length of 1 meter.
Also, as per I2C specifications by NXP, the maximum supported cable capacitance is 400 picoFarad. This apparently applies to the original I2C specification (100 KHz), there seems to be no update for the newer I2C versions.
For 1 MHz Fast Mode Plus, 3.4-MHz High-speed mode (Hs) and 5 MHz Ultra fast mode (UFm) a long cable may be unreliable, or will not work at all, at worst. If the peripheral in question supports and is to be used in these high speed modes, a recommended approach would be to avoid off-board I2C altogether, or add a Long Distance I2C extender.
NXP publishes an array of suitable parts on this page, specifically designed to allow extending the I2C bus over kilometers. P82B715, P82B96, and PCA9600 are the parts to look at, in this context.
There are also suitable parts from Texas Instruments, and perhaps others, for such bus extending purposes.
Also see Samuel's answer for some further insight into this matter.