So let’s start at the beginning. Chloe: bib-front collars, breezy silhouettes, knotted sleeves and smock tops, babydoll shapes and voluminous shapes; this was a really lovely and really perfectly girly collection from Clare Waight Keller, bringing a soft and romantic layer to the brand’s signature bohemian essence. “The Chloe girl is effortless, calmly considered, at peace, in control. She doesn’t clutter, but rather invests in finer details,” noted Kim Howells, fashion director of Hunger magazine, post-show. [CONTINUE READING...]
Urban innocence. A fresh, light feeling fluttered through the collection designed by Clare Waight Keller. Her Chloé girls felt the sensation of the breeze which inflated the collection and gave a great sense of lightness. And a touch of romanticism. The catwalk was sinuous like the feminine form, which was celebrated throughout the show. The tops, with a dissou feel, opened the show and flowed with dangling chords. The blouses were like clouds tied close to the body with light knots. Bows crossed the back of dresses displaying a graphic idea of intersecting lines. They also created space between large floral prints, vintage memories, crochet lace and tone on tone botanical applique. For jewellery there were leather chains, the type used to carry keys...the keys to someone's heart.
by Stefano Roncato - MFFashion