A note of graphic swinging London breezed through Clare Waight Keller’s pre-fall collection for Chloé. With elements of French Sixties couture and English rock ’n’ roll, her graffiti-dotted silk dresses with mock turtleneck collars and A-line skirts in “confetti” tweed seemed fit for a young Marianne Faithfull. The clean and neat silhouettes were balanced with rich textured fabrics such as double silk crepe, jacquard knits and 3-D guipure lace, all done in sherbet colors mixed with navy and white.

A note of graphic swinging London breezed through Clare Waight Keller’s pre-fall collection for Chloé. With elements of French Sixties couture and English rock ’n’ roll, her graffiti-dotted silk dresses with mock turtleneck collars and A-line skirts in “confetti” tweed seemed fit for a young Marianne Faithfull. The clean and neat silhouettes were balanced with rich textured fabrics such as double silk crepe, jacquard knits and 3-D guipure lace, all done in sherbet colors mixed with navy and white.

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