“It’s not so much the physical code of the different collections but the intangible values,” Chloé’s ceo said.
Located at Carriage Hall on 29 Floral Street, the 15,000-square-foot store spans three floors and is housed in a 19th-century, Grade II-listed building.
The retailer is expanding its contemporary offer and seeing growth opportunities in categories such as eyewear and high summer.
The former Disney actress, who attended the Chloé show in Paris, plans to join the March for Our Lives protest to end gun violence.
Ramsay-Levi designed a pop-up space at the London department store alongside artist Marion Verboom.
Natacha Ramsay-Levi and The Webster founder Laure Hériard Dubreuil cohosted the intimate affair.
The designer made her first appearance at an American retailer since becoming creative director of Chloé.
The women’s scent is due to pre-launch on sephora.com on Feb. 1.
The actress will front the fragrance starting in March.
The companies joined forces a decade ago.
Clare Waight Keller mined deeper into masculine-feminine territory with tailored outerwear and geek chic midi dresses.
The exhibition will spotlight European craftsmanship.