Before announcing her departure from the French brand, Chloé's former Creative Director, Clare Waight Keller — who has been named the new creative force at Givenchy — translated her iconic feminine aesthetic into her last Fall '17 collection for the label. The autumnal silhouettes are "all about capturing the attitude of soulful Chloé girls who have a striking sense of independence," says Keller, as she mixed a rustic palette of earthy tones against floral prints, polka dots, patchworks and stripes. Created in delicate tweed, denim, wool jacquard, knits, shearling, organza and tulle, comes a chic layered look transformed into Chloé's signature bohemian silhouettes. 

Browse through Chloé's Fall/Winter '17 ready-to-wear and accessories collection now...

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