why has fashion suddenly gone so prim and proper?
From Balenciaga to Burberry, houses have turned away from streetwear looks in favour of something a little more proper. And maman may have something to do with it…
legendary photographer chris moore reflects on 50 years of shooting karl lagerfeld’s shows
Following on from the last ever Karl Lagerfeld show for Chanel, Chris Moore looks back at some of his most treasured Chanel memories.
the importance of karl largerfeld to chloé
In a tribute to Karl Lagerfeld, Natacha Ramsay-Levi turned the dial on the Chloé-girl-chic he helped create.
chloé celebrates the purity of summer
“It’s about going back to things that are simple, like a pebble you find on the beach.”
go behind the scenes at natacha ramsay-levi's first chloé show
A ten-minute documentary by artist Sofia Mattioli reveals the story behind Chloe's spring/summer 18 show.
clare waight keller is taking the reins at givenchy
She’s following in Riccardo’s footsteps at the historic French maison.
ceremony of our times: rick owens, chloé and balmain at paris fashion week
Rick Owens gave us something to aspire to on Thursday as the autumn/winter 17 season kept its head up high in Paris.
Anders Christian Madsen
chloé reportedly eyeing top louis vuitton designer
Are we ready to play fashion's game of musical chairs once again?
frederikke sofie takes a romantic trip in chloé’s autumn/winter 16 campaign
Theo Wenner creates a dream world with the natural light in Southern Italy.
chloe's ode to the open road for autumn/winter 16
For autumn/winter 16 Clare Waight Keller turned her attention to romantic dreamers breaking free.
more of the best spring/summer 16 campaigns
As the New Year rolls in we say goodbye to the faces of yesteryear and welcome in those of 2016. From Céline’s cut-and-paste craftwork to Marc Jacobs’ diverse and equal America, here’s part two of the top spring/summer 16 campaigns as they happen.
youth everlasting at chloé spring/summer 16
Clare Waight Keller’s spring/summer 16 Chloé collection was a rainbow ode to the carefree optimism of the 90s.