Erika HansonComment

The Scottish Highlands Meets Equestrian Chic At Chloé

Erika HansonComment
The Scottish Highlands Meets Equestrian Chic At Chloé

Natacha Ramsay-Levi hasn’t failed us the last year she’s spent at Chloé, and she won’t start now.


The Chloé woman is a gentle and free modern one, and thats exactly who Ramsay-Levi designs for. Billowy printed dresses, paired with statement jewellery and mid-heeled boots; the Chloé FW19 show was a hit. It isn’t a Chloé show without its 1970s and equestrian references, including an array of bootleg trousers, half buttoned mid length flowy skirts and voluminous shoulders, all the while parading through a pink atmosphere. This Fall, there was some kind of exploration into landscapes and natural tones, which was made evident in the collection.

Onto accessories, jewellery played a major role this Fall/Winter. Handbags, on-the-other-hand, were kept more on the low, only appearing on every other couple of models. Jewellery looked talismanic; with a focus on metal hardware circular necklaces and shark tooth detailing.


Ramsay-Levi looked to icons of British culture for inspiration for her F/W 2019 collection. “I started this collection by putting her on a landscape, grounded in the Highlands with kilts, Prince of Wales checks and outdoor clothes to protect [her] from the storm,” Ramsay-Levi said of the woman she had in mind for this collection.