“PFW Fall 2020: Chloé”
When it comes to fashion and culture (fashion and art, fashion and literature, fashion and sculpture, all included in one package), references can be many, more or less literal. Chloé puts this interdependence at the center of the latest collection and, on the occasion of the Fall Winter 2020 fashion show, it creates what it wants to be a circle of creative minds, in open dialogue with each other. Thus, abstract paintings by Rita Ackermann become decorations and applications on the clothes that went down the catwalk, which is surrounded by golden sculptures by Marion Verboom, while in the background we hear the poems of some great names of the last century, including Byron. Creative women, who else can fashion adress after all? That is not only a system of consumption, for your knowledge, but it is also and above all a means of communication. And nothing so far has spoken as clearly as this collection.
The underlying fil rouge is obviously the aesthetic dear to Ramsay-Levi, made of romantic blouses, tailored trousers and a hint of the 70s. Jewels are just as special. In any case, from the soft lines of the collection to the very after show words of Ramsay-Levi, this collection is for everyone, a material that can be spent and malleable by the hands of the creative minds out there.
Words by Giulia Greco