Parisian designer Natacha Ramsey Levi describes the collection as ‘hippie modernism’.
After the first two looks took centrestage, fashion critiques finally have a visual allusion to what she meant. In other words, wearable hippie clothes made out of ‘denim’ silk and rococo weaves. The translation of ‘hippie modernism,’ however, took shape in blouses and tunics that were cascading in goddess pleating and romantic gowns rippling in paint dipped tiers.
This season’s collection steered towards the notion of a feminine symbol and became the construct of what the Chloé girl should be. And it is aptly reflected in the collection underneath each weave of every look. From solar energy to the avant garde imagery of sensuality, femininity and utopian progress.
But for the everyday woman, obvious allusions transcends through the colour palette of ceramic neutrals to sunset shades of orange, terracotta, and faded blues.
Plus, the reinvention of the iconic Chloé 'Marcie' bag that has been updated in shiny croc embossed leather for its 10th anniversary.
Check out Chloe's spring/summer '19 looks in the video or swipe through the gallery below.