FEMININE AND UTILITARIAN


I don´t know how many times I will write this, but what can I do; the S/S 2015 season is really offering  to us covetable collections – meaning from runways straight to the street pieces with no intermediates. In one word (or two): wearable/usable and without using an adjective “boring” together. A prove? The Chloé collection, for example. Clare Waight-Keller, brand´s creative director, delivered us 39 looks, composed of peasant-like dresses and tops, safari dresses, crochet-shorts, dresses and shirts on one side, tailored denim seen in the jumpsuit and jackets with a suede-pieces intermezzo on the other side. She balanced the femininity and nonchalance with utilitarian, close to work-wear pieces. The shoes? Calf or knee-length suede lace-up gladiator sandals in a total flat or wedged version. 









































/ Original photos and video courtesy of Chloé, the original head photo courtesy of Jason Lloyd Evans /

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