5 Must-See Moments From Clare Waight Keller’s Final Collection For Chloé


by Emma Firth |
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For any avid Paris Fashion Week follower, the Chloé show will be your go-to for très chic sartorial inspiration. Now, taking a bow after six years at the French fashion house, Clare Waight Keller showcased one of the most unforgettable shows in the capital.

'It was a punctuation mark at the end of what I've done here,' Waight Keller told the Evening Standard.


The British-born designer reworked her greatest hits – from the iconic shell suit to '60s-inspired ensembles we’ll be lusting over for months now. The collection referenced a plethora of eras – from the ‘70s classic Don't You Want Me Baby by The Human League as models walked down the runway to ‘90s spirit seeping into the collection (including luxe tracksuits and hoodies layered underneath coats).

Here’s the five standout moments from the AW17 show everyone’s talking about…

Colour crush


Rainbow tracksuits? Pillar box red velvet dresses? L.O.V.E.

The ‘It’ bag


Meet next season’s must-have: the new ‘Pixie’ bag. Coming to a street style gallery near you.

XXL trousers


No-one nails romantic dressing with a boyish spin like Chloé.

The ‘60s redux


The patent mary janes are back (again!)

Peacoat parade


‘90s PVC jackets? Slouchy wool coats with shearling trim? All the outerwear inspo you’ll need next season…

Check out who was spotted on the FROW at Chloé here.

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