For the first time, Chloé’s secondary collection eased itself onto the official Paris calendar via the platform, which provided leisurely remote access to the brand’s 30 looks. The design team sent out clothes that were minimalist in their purist palette of white, black and nude that deepened to include rust and jade green, and had a fuss-free attitude. But there was plenty of fluid breathing room in the silk georgette blouses and dresses done with gathers and soft pleats, and neatened up by trousers and smartly tailored jackets, some with leather details. See is often referred to as the spunky “little sister” to Chloé, but this lineup felt less about cutesiness and more about clean, modern clothes that conveyed a sense of polished ease.

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