Check was the look that ultimately dominated the Chloe fashion show. The highly sought after print was seen all across the show worn by a very diverse range of models. Designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi put on a great show to showcase the latest collection. Set in an all-white room the set took away no attention from the pieces of clothing that were being debuted. The set was a reflection of the collection as both embraced simplicity and elegance. Notably sat in the front row was Vogue creative director, Anna Wintour who has been known to support the brand’s previous shows.
Check skirts paired with knitted turtle neck blouses created a subtle but sophisticated look. The cutaway segments left little to the imagination bringing all the sultry vibes. Paired with the rounded glasses this outfit was designed with style as key.
The handbags embossed with the gold ‘Chloe’ logo did not disappoint. The bags were a great fashion statement and completed the outfits as the ultimate accessory to carry. Embroidered with silver horses and the famous gold Chloe logo this bag stole the show in the handbag collection. Paired with any outfit the bag adds a touch of class. The midnight blue satin complemented the silver horses and really brought them out.
Another star of the show were trench coats, which was worn by the opening model, who came out in a camel colour that was left open to reveal a check dress underneath. The three quarter length sleeves on the jacket revealed the dresses long sleeves. The simplicity of the monochromatic checks in the dress complemented the jacket as both could be appreciated without too much going on.
One of the most effortless looks to grace the catwalk was one that consisted of an increasingly popular graphic t-shirt paired with check pants. Tucked into the high rise trousers the t-shirt looked casual but effortless at the same time. Check meets cargo with these trousers with the utility style pockets.
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