“My fall collection is influenced by the athletic nature of dance, and a sense of fluidity and movement,” explained Clare Waight Keller. She’s been the creative director at the French fashion house Chloe since 2016.
In terms of colors, rustic, earthy tones of terracotta, ocher, burgundy and chocolate brown are matched with lighter shades of grey and blue. An equally scattered sense of playfulness works its way into the accessories: two-tone fold-down boots, wedges with shearling detail, and the iconic “Drew” and “Faye” handbags decorated with geometric patchworks of suede and python. The whole collection emanates an easy slackness.
All this makes for a collection marked by feminine and completely trans-seasonal apparel. Fall’s Chloe Girl is the look that’s hard to beat.