Natacha Ramsay-Levi releases her first Pre-Fall collection for Chloé
The designer is putting her stamp on the label
Since taking over the reigns at Chloé in 2017, Natacha Ramsay-Levi has expertly fused the codes of the house with her own signature style. From MyTheresa x Chloé's capsule collection to her debut at Paris Fashion Week for Spring/Summer '18, Ramsay-Levi has made a strong case at the French brand, especially following the release of her new Pre-Fall '18 collection.
The trans-seasonal range focuses on layering with flowy shirtdresses, athleisure separates, menswear-inspired tailoring, silk shirts and flared pants. On the accessories front, the French label's ultra-feminine DNA is seen in handbags and hats, however the standout item in the collection is undoubtedly a new high-top sneaker.
According to WWD, Ramsay-Levi wanted to create the sneaker for Pre-Fall '18 first. “As soon as I arrived, the first thing I was asked to do was to design a sneaker. These chunky soles that give you a boost, yet keep you grounded, make for a very strong attitude. I think it’s important today to be able to stand tall and be active."
Browse through the Pre-Fall '18 collection here...
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