The Chloe Spring 2020 collection is as effortlessly romantic as it is suitable for the office. It also proves creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi is on quite a winning streak!
Hello there, my fellow style lover! Paris Fashion Week and Fashion Month as a whole are coming to a close – but before I can move on, I have to discuss the latest from Chloe with you.
You might recall earlier this year I put together this post sharing my favorite looks from Paris Fashion Week. Included was an incredibly chic styling from Chloe’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection runway. Well, this season I’ve decided to dedicate a full post to the Chloe Spring 2020 collection because of just how much I LOVE what creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi is doing for the house.
The Chloe Spring 2020 Collection
While still relatively new to the long beloved fashion house, the Chloe Spring 2020 collection is actually Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s fifth as creative director. And you can definitely tell she’s settling into a nice groove. The ease and the romance we’ve all come to love from Chloe is as beautiful as ever. She’s also not afraid to dip into the house’s long history – including a nod to Karl Lagerfeld’s days by using a peach shade from his time as creative director.
Fun fact: Karl Lagerfeld was actually creative director of Chloe twice! Before reaching global fame at Chanel and Fendi, he served as creative director in the 1960s and then later again in the 1990s for a brief stint before Stella McCartney took over the reins. The brand has been fortunate to have so many iconic designers lead as creative director – and Ramsay-Levi is definitely continuing that tradition for her chapter.
Fashion history aside, we’re actually here to celebrate the Chloe Spring 2020 collection in particular. What I so very much love about each of the 49 looks is how effortlessly they bring a level of romance to attire you might dress yourself in for the office.
On the Chloe Spring 2020 collection’s runway, we saw soft hemlines coupled with a relaxed fit and flowing silhouettes. In today’s day and age, a lot of women work and we very much see that referenced in Natcha Ramsay-Levi’s Chloe collections. She understands that the Chloe woman has changed from who she once was and as such, she designs in a way that honors the brand’s heritage while ushering in a new era.
Natacha proves without a doubt that femininity is alive and well.
There’s no need for today’s working woman to dress in masculine suits to fit in a man’s world. There’s power in femininity and the Chloe woman comes dressed in silk and floral prints to climb the corporate ladder.
Thank you to Chloe’s press team for providing these beautiful runway images.
Interested in more coverage of Paris Fashion Week this season? Check out this post on Lanvin and the brand’s bright future.
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