Chloé Spring Summer 2013

Chloé’s collection this season was in time for its 60th anniversary. Chloe throughout the years has had a distinct style of its own – light, frothy, feminine and elegant.

True to its heritage, a certain feminine confidence exudes from the line thiis season as well, with its range of cropped wears and A-line dresses. Ruffles, layering, and pleats were striking in colours of white, charcoal, coral, black and fawn. 

Laces cut in geometric shapes and pleats crafted with Japanese polyester set the stage for many innovative designs – the first look showcased was a stunning crisp white tunic top with ruffle details and sheer panels underneath, which was paired with pleated trousers.

Structured couture was more present at the beginning of the show, in the form of some delightful strapless A-line dresses with their sweeping long hemlines and large ruffle details.

There was a stunning tunic top with cut out sleeves and bow details, that was paired with elegant shorts, and a particularly nice piece was a white skirt adorned with decorative white flowers.

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