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Clare Waight Keller’s Chloé finale is a salute to the 60s.

Oh Baby

Six years after she took the reigns in the top job at Chloé, Clare Waight Keller’s final collection for the house was a tribute to the baby doll dress, as thigh high hems, 60s collars and feminine fabrics took the lead across the 44 look collection. Boasting red velvet and fantastic heart cut outs, embroidered sheer black fabric over cream coloured slips, or layer upon layer of purple chiffon, the aesthetic was pure Waight Keller.

Check Please

While a short series of tracksuits interrupted the girly affair (shoutout to the brown leather and suede number that’ll be going straight to the top of umpteen wish lists), elsewhere it was a series of loose plaid decked pieces that offered a nod to the 90s – notably an era that itself plenty referenced 60s aesthetics.

Wide Eyed Girl

In a fitting display for an offering that explored youth’s innocence through silhouette and palette – think school girl fits and pastel tones – each of Waight Keller’s ladies strode past with a heavy lick of black liner circling their eyes. The type of bad girl make-up one might don in a bid to appear older for their first night at the youth disco, non?

PFW: CHLOé AW17

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