Chloe Spring 2015–Yesterday, the news broke that Chloe founder Gaby Aghion passed away at the age of 93. Current creative director Clare Waight Keller dedicated the label’s spring-summer 2015 collection to Aghion who is often credited for creating luxury ready-to-wear as we know it today. The runway show that was presented on the sixth day of Paris Fashion Week was an appropriate ode to the house’s founder with a bohemian chic outing of looks inspired by modern folklore.
Opening with white, romantic lace mini dresses, the ease of theme then translated into denim looks including long skirts with oversized pockets and dresses cinched at the waist. Elsewhere, the Chloe girl got glam with long and sweeping maxi dresses in navy blue, mustard and pale blue hues. The bag of the season is the Faye made in suede with earthy hues of terra-cotta and clay.
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Such an interesting collection!