Gabriela Hearst is turning her hand to the bohemian tropes, scalloped patchwork, and cashmere capes of French Maison, Chloé. In her debut collection Hearst leaned into the rigor of Edith bags, and belted knits, and woody flat mules – evoking the well-worn, Parisian ineffability that has long underscored house codes, while also trading on her Uruguayan roots, and those formative years spent in New York growing her eponymous label.
Turning the barest of Paris’ Saint-Germain streets into a catwalk, Hearst brought us a multi-hyphenate collection, one indebted to Chloé founder, Gaby Aghion, celebrating the centennial anniversary of her birth, while also jettisoning the excess – seamlessly championing her driving eco-ethos while still ensuring Richemont’s lux heritage endures.
Through a fresh lens, Chloé’s Fall/Winter finds new rhythm in familiar territory, fittingly Aghion’s first show made a runway out of Brasserie Lipp in the 6th arrondissement, right under the feet of Hearst’s debut today. It’s all come very full circle, from one Gaby to the next, a new take on old luxury, honoring house codes while infusing a new edge and modernizing into the future.
Explore every look from Chloé Fall/Winter 2021 collection below.END
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