A current of romance and nostalgia ran through Clare Waight Keller’s resort collection for Chloé. She worked a series of scarf prints to charming effects, designing many of the dresses and tops from actual square scarf shapes. They could have turned tricky, but in Waight Keller’s hands they looked effortless, as did poplin jumpsuits with ruffled shoulders, and a loose-cut silky culotte “dress.” She added a fuzzy touch by lining light leather tops and jackets with terry cloth — a material she described as Chloe’s “summer shearling.”

A current of romance and nostalgia ran through Clare Waight Keller’s resort collection for Chloé. She worked a series of scarf prints to charming effects, designing many of the dresses and tops from actual square scarf shapes. They could have turned tricky, but in Waight Keller’s hands they looked effortless, as did poplin jumpsuits with ruffled shoulders, and a loose-cut silky culotte “dress.” She added a fuzzy touch by lining light leather tops and jackets with terry cloth — a material she described as Chloe’s “summer shearling.”

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