Gaby Aghion creates Chloé in 1952. The first spring-summer 1958 collection was presented at the Café de Flore. The Chloé woman quickly embraced the colors of elegant femininity, highlighted by loose lines. Modern and relaxed, her silk blouses and romantic dresses give every gesture an impression of effortless lightness.
In the 60s, Gaby Aghion recruited young designers to bring her aesthetic vision to life, including Maxime de La Falaise, Gérard Pipart and Karl Lagerfeld, who even became the house's sole designer in the mid-70s.
In the 2000s, Stella McCartney, Phoebe Philo and Hannah MacGibbon succeeded each other as creative directors. In 2011, Clare Waight Keller takes the helm.
Chloé's collections evoke freedom and self-evidence, both in the design of the garment and in terms of self-confidence, through a wardrobe that can be combined and worn in ever-changing ways.