Entering her second season as the head designer, Clare Waight Keller definitely owns her title.
The fall collection of Chloé is astonishing. Keller has taken full advantage of everything around her and the end result is amazing. In the upcoming fall collection, the astounding director presented her strong eye for detail, love for her new position and desire for color blocking.
This season, Chloé is all about the outerwear of the urbane woman. In Keller’s first seasonal collection, she displayed prints and colors in different tones. The runway showed a sophisticated, yet classy, to have look for the approaching season.
Instead of losing pastels, Keller decides to keep them up and going for the fall. The soft ivory pant in the first look is paired with an orange pastel oversized parka. Models are styled in a statement short, belted ankle heel that adds style to the pant’s easy front cut. Though the cut is small, it is definitely eye catching and gives the look a whole new attitude.
As the show moves forward so do the designs. The patterns become more intense and the colors get bold. In the final looks of the show, Keller adds a ruby red leather skirt and colors such as burgundy. She shifts the runway with a belted, dressy, oversized duffel coat and introduces a black and white hobo. We all know Chloé is known for those breath-taking bags.
Even though Hannah MacGibbon, former head designer for Chloé, did an awesome job during her years with the collection, we congratulate Keller on her awesome achievements thus far.
This ready to wear fall collection will definitely be ready to wear.