For her final collection at Chloé, Clare Waight Keller channeled a late Seventies vibe, which referenced the free-spirited heroines of Woody Allen movies.
WWD calls the collection a “Manhattan”-era Meryl Streep inspired design with items like a beige dungaree dress with long braces, or a caramel coat with a ribbed knit collar and sleeves. Our highlights from the season were cozy knits including a pale pink sweater with drooping sleeves and super warm while surprisingly lightweight coats.
Chloé’s signature pastel palette was strong for Pre Fall 2017 and we prefer keeping it light in weight and colour for the short Australian winter, meaning the Chloé collection is uber transeasonal to get the longevity out of your investment pieces.
Opting for warm pastels and cream shearling, the Chloé coat is a seriously worthwhile investment for the fashion forward.
One of the best fashion houses for modern, but seriously succulent knits Chloé has delivered again this season.