Chloé's iconic handbags depict ethereal femininity. Chloé saddle bags reflect the brand's bohemian identity through colorful embellishment and suede fringing, while elegant, feminine sophistication is expressed by the usage of pastel tones and curved silhouettes on purses such as the Chloé Marcie.
Where Chloé began
In 1952 Gaby Aghion and Jacques Lenoir established the luxury ready-to-wear label Chloé. The brand's name was inspired by a friend of Aghion's who possessed a carefree attitude, the same as many women at the time. The 1950s was the era of haute couture. However, the founders took a different approach through providing more practical clothing, yet did not compromise on quality.
In 1966 Karl Lagerfeld was appointed head designer of the brand and the luxury label consumed clients such as Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly and Brigitte Bardot. In addition to clothing, shoes and accessories Chloé launched bags. The first of the brand's handbags were the Chloé Paddington and soon after the Chloé Paraty, both of which were quick to become iconic within the world of designer purses.
Over the years the brand has gone on to design a variety of different styles, each of which is manufactured in Italy to the highest of quality.
Perfect Parisian nonchalance
Take style inspiration from icons such as Eva Longoria, who perfects effortless city chic, and style a Chloé Faye wallet bag with a tailored jacket and sneakers. Alternatively, if you're walking the cobbles of the Champs-Elysées in a casual summer dress, choose a Chloé Nile bag and finish up the look with a pa