Clare Waight Keller behind Chloe had Brian Eno on her mind. She managed unite hippie 1970's spirit, rock aesthetic and brutal street culture in her recent resort collection. The line-up is divided into three sections, including gothic black, feral group of animal prints and glam-rock romance. I think you all know Chloé for its romantic and folksy allure garments, right? But the Resort 2016 is something different, more rock ‘n’ roll.
Icy white tailored cashmere coat with removable inner shearling lining looks pretty awesome with white lace long-sleeve top tucked in high-rise black pants.
We see play on proportions, which were either extra long, floor-sweeping or lean and slouchy. Models appear in voluminous pastel knits, leopard print cover-ups, slouchy tapered pants, varsity jackets in tartan print, wild cat-print car coats, quilted bomber jacket embroidered with rollicking tigers, etc. Personally, I like the vintage vibe what is felt in the showcased clothes. It's an ideal example of chicness, what is born without any strength. I telly you honestly, it's quite difficult to imagine, how to stylize all the showcased garments better than Chloe team does.
Plaid varsity jacket looks mannish and shapeless.
That's a superb glamour wild cat print belted coat with wide sleeves is worn with brown loafers.
Khaki green quilted bomber embroidered with rollicking tigers is worn atop animal print blouse tucked in black slouchy pants.
Here we see a perfect animal print sleeveless coat worn atop black lace top.
Cropped wild cat print jacket looks street wear appropriate. It's worn atop perforated white top paired with flared black skirt and styled with heeled loafers.
Bulky pastel colored sweater is worn with light colored denim overalls.