PARIS, Oct 10, 2010 / FW/ — Strictly adhering to the calibrated and time-tested style of Chloe, designer Hannah MacGibbon sent out minimalist silhouettes with surgically precise cut proposed in neutral pastel colors and black & white classics.
The show was like a dance lesson at the ballet school of the Paris Opera Garnier, with an abundance of lush light pleated skirts, wearing short-shorts underneath, fitted and stocking tops with long sleeves, sometimes decorated with drapery.
Comfortable, virtually invisible sandals, massive metal necklaces that are geometrically cut at the top of the shiny black leather lent more than the classic image of a ballerina and thus gave an image of freshness and novelty.
The accessories de rigueur are the belts while the gold buttons, shoes and rectangular bags make a nice addition to the wardrobe.
[MARI DAVIS & LIDIA BARDINA]
Photos courtesy of Chloé
Paris Prêt-a-porter Spring 2011