Chloé evoked a performative spirit in an environment filled with gilded gold totems by sculptor Marion Verboom.
Models paraded through the space wearing looks that rejected classical boundaries, as the voice of Marianne Faithfull crooned lines of poetry. For its latest line, creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi welcomed collaborator Rita Ackermann, whose art was translated into garments and accessories that illustrated the stories of a multitude of women.
Their stories were told through looks like a sheer lace dress worn over a rose-colored body suit and a belted plaid dress with slits up the sides, styled with buckled loafers. In hues of chestnut, burnt sienna, and ochre, the silhouettes were also informed by masculine codes, seen in styles like the shirt dress, flared suit, hunting jacket, and wide denim cuts. Accessories of note included the slouchy Darryl hobo bag and long beaded necklaces, and delicate details—like beaded collars and cross-stitching—caught our eye.