Chloé Pre-Fall 2012 Collection

Chloé’s Structured Pre-Fall – For pre-fall 2012, Chloé’s new creative director Clare Waight Keller is inspired by the images of 1960s and 1970s street style photographer Garry Winogrand. Playing with proportion, voluminous egg-shaped outerwear is paired with form-fitting trousers, pleated skirts and button-up shirts. Androgynous silhouettes are given a playful, feminine touch with soft ruffles, folds and pastel accents. / Models – Jacquelyn Jablonski, Kate King











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5 Responses to “Chloé Pre-Fall 2012 Collection”

  1. reminicent of irving penn’s corner portraits rather than inspired by Winogrand

  2. There’s an CWK look emerging which I’m finding a little northern and ascetic. There’s a real sadness about those flat brown mocassins and those ankle boots. I think Chloe still lacks the flirty, chic appeal it had for so many years. There has to be a hint of cool teenager there.  Even a whimsical bit of applique or print would make a difference…a focal point which brings a smile. These clothes are a little on the ‘your mum would approve’ side. I do think she’s a competent designer though and I wish her well. Shake it up Claire, make a bold statement and people will sit up.

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