After two seasons of bringing his own point of view to the house of Chloe, Paolo Melim Andersson delved back into the archives. Back to the floral-printed chiffon dresses when Karl Lagerfeld designed for the house in the '70s, and back to the floaty embroidery of Phoebe Philo earlier this decade.
Amidst a sea of navy, tufts of fur, sheer tunics, blazers, and riveted halter dresses were punctuated with ivory, teal, violet, and royal blue. Spats covered pointy heels, and embellishment was omnipresent. I like this collection and its femininity, but somehow I can't help feeling like Paolo took one step forward and two steps back.
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