Debut collections play a pivotal role in reconfiguring a house's codes, especially under the helm of a new creative head. When Natacha Ramsay-Levi presented her first Chloé collection last Spring/ Summer 2018 season, the industry was floored by the distinctive, new direction she steered the house towards. It was a move away from the previousy established bohemian flair and towards a visibly refined taste. For her third collection at Chloê, Fall/ Winter 2018, the French designer further explored her purview of the contemporary Chloé woman where staple wardrobe pieces were spliced with touches of unexpected experimentation: deconstructed skirts that spoke of a new-fangled sensuality, shirts finished without buttons that unravelled all formalities, and socks embossed with logos that were reminiscent of the bourgeoise.
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