The House of Chloé, founded in 1952 by the Egyptian Gaby Aghion, symbolizes French elegance. The romantic fluidity of fabrics such as silk and lace illustrates a facet of the free and carefree seduction dear to Département Féminin. Chloé's style is defined by an ideal of authentic femininity that goes to the essential. After Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Gabriela Hearst, the new creative director, is in line with the heritage of the house's codes and explores an accomplished and ecologically committed savoir-faire. She has succeeded in creating a Chloé Woman in the spirit of the times, mixing ethnic inspirations, supple leather, bangs, multicolored knits and spontaneous elegance.