This collection was a stunner this morning at Paris Fashion Week! Chloe is a sure pioneer of not just French fashion but also adored by international audiences, it is a household name that is know as groundbreaking for classic silhouettes and tailoring. Everything about this show was
Chloe always deifies modern femininity and now, at the House’s 60th anniversary, it was no exception. The lines were simple yet with twists that any girl would instantly fall in love with. It was all about a torso play were ruffles, modernistic wide sleeves and applique white flowers. Extra details, the kind of bisected handbags [...]
We are smitten with these gorgeous Chloé fringed leather loafers. These loafers are bedecked with a gold-tone, metal-tipped, kiltie-fringe giving them the perfect edge. Pair them with tailored trousers to continue with an androgynous look or contrast them with a feminine dress for a softer appeal.
In her second season as the label’s Creative Director, Clare Waight Keller injected her British sensibility into the signature French femininity at Chloe. The look was sporty and sophisticated while retaining the label’s polish, and mixed street-cool with refinement, showing voluminous shapes and proportions. Masculine trousers and jackets were contrasted nicely against lace, silks, pleats, [...]
Clare Waight Keller is like the new girl at school. Unlike her three creative director predecessors, Stella McCartney, Phoebe Philo, and Hannah McGibbon, who all graduated from Central Saint Martins and were promoted from within Chloé, Claire studied at London’s Royal College of Art and is a straight-hire from Pringle of Scotland. Still, the professional [...]
We can always count on Chloe to bring us some bohemiam-chic. The leather and wool color-blocking feels so cozy. Designer, Hannah MacGibbon played with snakeskin prints this season. Head to toe looks in snakeskin, and I think she paired the quite nicely.
Yesterday I read an article from one of my favorite fashion journalists, Hadley Freeman, for the UK Guardian that made my day, week and even year. Now obviously we have been hearing this news since September of 2008, but it was Hadley’s article supported by interviews with Phoebe Philo, Olivia Morris (Philo’s good friend), and Marco Gobetti…
“I’m fascinated by the possibility of the manipulation of nature in the quest for beauty. It’s a kind of obsession. I’ve always been fascinated by gardening in the sense that trees can be trained into different shapes and I think that the body is a similar tool. It doesn’t happen overnight, although a corset can be donned on a very superficial level. But it also has another side to it which is a much deeper thing,