Chloé‘s new creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi‘s debut collection for the brand is everything we want and more.
Chloé is known for it’s 70’s bohemian aesthetic, but new creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi put her own new twist on what has brought so many to love this fashion house. Ramsay-Levi’s debut collection was relaxed, cool, and fit the brand in a way that seemed almost effortless.
Flowing high-neck chiffon dresses, deep-pocketed denim trousers with white outlined stitching, and multi-colored pointed toe laced cowboy boots are just some of the pieces that made this debut collection so uniquely Ramsay-Levi and so traditionally Chloé.
One of the most talked about pieces of the collection was this rust-colored suit covered in a vertical horse pattern.
Buttery leather coats, vests, and skirts (above) were staples in the collection in addition to gorgeous new accessories, including jewelry and handbags like the ones featured below on the brand’s Instagram Page.
There were quite a few notable people in the front row for Ramsay-Levi’s debut including recording artist Kelela, actress Rachel Weisz, world-renowned fashion photographer Patric Demarchelier, and creative director of Louis Vuitton Nicholas Ghesquiere.
Ramsay-Levi’s first collection for Chloé is free-spirited and yet carries a practicality that can be taken into everyday wear. We look forward to seeing how these complex pieces will be paired on the street for spring.
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