January 31, 2018 - shirtdresses
Pre-Fall might be a hyphen between her beginner and sophomore runway outings, though for Chloé engineer Natacha Ramsay-Levi, it’s some-more like home base. She has spent many of her career steering pre-collections, starting behind in her Balenciaga years.
“Pre-collections are where we unequivocally dress a lot,” she offered. “With a show, you’re meditative about a look, a crafting, and an component of astonishment. With a pre-collection, you’re meditative a lot about a instruction of things and doubt all square by piece. There’s something roughly undying about it since a pieces have to work into a habit but screaming what deteriorate they’re from.”
The engineer concedes that operative in conform means changing your mind a lot. But with this collection she delivers a savvy practice in repeating yourself only adequate to be reassuring. Key elements from a Spring runway are carried over, remixed, and layered with activewear or practical accents and a smattering of hints as to where Chloé is headed subsequent (inevitably, a engineer declined to elaborate a small some-more on that point).
No matter—there was copiousness to consider about here as it is. The springboard was shirting, from a long, spacious button-down shirtdress to 1970s-print blouses, new iterations on a high-neck stormy blouse, and a handful of riffs on a polo, particularly one in beam of low immature sequins with a leather ribbon in behind and circumference edging.