Natacha Ramsay-Levi took over the helm at Chloé 2017 and now, with over a year as Chloé's head designer under her belt, it's safe to say that the designer is putting her own stamp on the label. 

Marrying the French fashion house's signature codes (think feminine, bohemian and utilitarian), along with her own signature style, Ramsay-Levi's first three collections for the maison have brimmed with wardrobe must-haves.

Now, the designer has made her Resort season debut with a collection that sees a strong Seventies vibe meet an equestrian motif in a beautiful trans-seasonal collection. 

The range features a cohort of flowy dresses, shirt-dresses, crisp shirts, flared trousers, relaxed blazers, feminine skirts and a series of bold hold accessories. Also, the designer introduced a new addition to Chloé's handbag collections and according to WWD, the design will "likely be a future classic with its clean shape, equestrian-inspired hardware and polished C-shaped clasp."

Discover Chloé's Resort '19 collection here...

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