Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2019 – Chloe

Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2019 – Chloe

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This Paris Fashion Week I was able to experience yet another first! I was so excited to attend my first runway show for Chloe. Always a fan of the the French brand but never found my inner boho style to wear it very much. However, this season I found my entire outfit from Farfetch to wear to the show. My outfit was a fitted rust colored dress with bohemian accents. I added accessories to pull together a my sophisticated  hippie look, a pair of gold and pearl earrings and a pair of white lace up boots. One of my favorite pieces of my outfit was the scarf wrapped leather strap add on to the satchel purse that gave my otherwise neutral outfit just a little bit of a pop of color. It felt elegant yet laid back, and as most would describe Chloe, I felt cool.  

 

One of my favorite parts of the show was seeing the entrance of Nicolas Ghesquiere. designer for Louis Vuitton, who is a mentor to Natacha as she worked under him for many years. He is also a personal favorite designer of mine!

 

As we sit to watch Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s third collection for Chloe, we are all excited to see what the designer and her team will send down the runway. Will she go for the bohemian festival bound Chloe girl look or will she put her own sophisticated spin on the collection and take it to a new dimension?

She starts off by sending a one shoulder nude color dress with scarf print back… bohemian yet modern. Each look is sophisticated, colorful, and very wearable. The perfect collection for the new effortlessly cool Chloe girl! By the end of the show we are all turning to each other saying… we can’t wait until spring, why can’t we just have everything now!

This collection makes me even more confident in the direction Natacha will take Chloe and I am excited to see how much more her style will evolve as she leads the way for the brand.

After the show, we are treated to a drink at the Chloe Cafe, and a look at the collection backstage with the designer herself Natacha Ramsay Levi.


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