Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
Accompanying the Chloé retrospective that opened at Paris’ Palais de Tokyo during S/S 13 Fashion Week, a small archive debuted online examining the playful prints, patterns, surface embellishments and fabric treatments that have come to define the brand’s legacy thus far. An undoubtedly small slice of the archival pie started under current creative director Claire Waight Keller a year ago, this teaser collection is part of a Chloé A-Z that examines seminal moments and aesthetic influences throughout the label’s 60-year run to date.
Below, a series of our favorite pieces, accompanied by select images of the actual Chloé. Attitudes exhibit on view through 18 November 2012.
All archive images ©AFP. Lewandowski-Beylard / Chloé archive; all exhibit images courtesy of Palais de Tokyo.
Chloé S/S 2004
Rachmaninoff dress, Chloé S/S 1973
Chloé S/S 2012
Libation dress, Chloé S/S 1979
Chloé F/W 2012
Chloé S/S 1973
Chloé S/S 2006
Graphics throughout the years, Chloé. Attitudes exhibit, Palais de Tokyo 2012
Diaphanous dresses, Chloé. Attitudes exhibit, Palais de Tokyo 2012
Florals, Chloé. Attitudes exhibit, Palais de Tokyo 2012
“Psychedelia,” Chloé. Attitudes exhibit, Palais de Tokyo, 2012
The Stella Era, Chloé. Attitudes exhibit, Palais de Tokyo 2012
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