Chloé under Natacha Ramsay-Levi is both versatile and incredibly cool. Madeleine has found a new favorite piece in a pink sweater by the label
Three collections have already come and gone since Natacha Ramsay-Levi was named the new head designer at Chloé. The first pieces from her debut have finally made into the stores and online shops. To sum it up so far: We’re fans. Chloé is for modern women who like it feminine, sporty, and generally just pretty cool. After the latest fall/winter collection that was shown in Paris in March pulled off a strong 70s vibe, we’re excitedly awaiting silk blouses with geometric blouses, Chloé logos on socks, and pants with fur fringe attached to the side of the legs. Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s Chloé is, in my opinion, one of the few contemporary labels that manages to create garments for every woman. And that means that Julia, Veronika, and myself all find a piece that we think is great – and that’s not a given, because our styles couldn’t be more different. Be it a beautiful blouse in a great fabric, the perfect white sneaker, a mini dress, or simply an everyday bag. “Chloé is always about freedom. It’s democratic, not decisive. It’s always about the moment and Natacha understands that,” Chloé boss Geoffroy de la Bourdonnaye once said about the designer. We think that’s great.
I recently took the liberty of trying on a sweater. It’s well known that I am a big sweater fan. Recently I have been trying to include colors other than black or dark blue in my repertoire. And pink seems like a very good idea to me more and more. And Chloé, in any case.
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Madeleine is a fashion journalist. For as long as she can remember she has been passionate about fashion and accessories, in particular cashmere sweaters and jewelry. After five years of working at Vogue Germany’s fashion department in Munich, she decided to encounter a new challenge and move to Berlin. Her role at hey woman! allows her to combine her passion for styling, creative directing and writing. Madeleine is also good at imitating a Swiss accent and trying to be a cook.