Chloé embodies a forward-thinking yet timeless aesthetic. The Maison’s story began in 1952, when visionary Parisian designer Gaby Aghion started creating clothes that would liberate women from the formal constraining fashions of the era. This philosophy cultivated the Chloé woman’s identity as a discerning and thoughtful bohemian.
Following in the footsteps of Aghion, Chloé is now led by creative director Gabriela Hearst. Under her influence, the label’s ethos focuses on a simple phrase: Honest Luxury. This includes responsible sourcing, lower-impact materials, and artisanal techniques; all of which combine to create the considered elegance for which Chloé is known.