Chloé Woman Autumn-Winter 2017-18 – Marking her departing show from Chloé, Clare Waight Keller captured an eclectic style featuring everything from retro prints to softer mini dresses, sustaining a serene hush from beginning to end.

In keeping with the classic Chloé look, a delicately layered dress with a sheer black cascade centre was matched perfectly with a lightly coloured fur coat, oozing quiet sophistication. Relaxed silhouettes were also present in the form of an ultra-feminine pinafore matched with t-bar flats, and printed smock dresses. A sporty update broke up the refined efforts, with a patchwork suede tracksuit adding a slouchy feel.

A seventies mood broke forth towards the end of the collection, shown through the intensely hued blouses and double breasted detailing on a boxy coat, giving a strong shoulder construction which contrasted the dated yellow and brown tones. A deep teal cape cut in a geometric, rectangular shape also gave a premillennial feel.

Makeup was also clean, with a simple sweep of black eyeliner on the top and bottom eyelids complimenting the fresh palette of a simple face.

Chloé Woman Autumn-Winter 2017-18


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Written by Nicola Torch

A third year student of English Literature at the University of St Andrews. An aspiring fiction writer with a love for good food, eclectic fashion and inspired by the likes of JK Rowling, Charles Bukowski and Allen Ginsberg.

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