By and  on September 28, 2012

When Gaby Aghion founded Chloé in 1952 as an antidote to the stiff formality of haute couture, she did nothing short of revolutionizing fashion.

The Egyptian-born designer had a simple vision: using fine fabrics to create feminine, alluring clothes that required minimal alteration.

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