Chloé's Fall 2020 Collection Explores Femininity Through Art and Collaboration

Natacha Ramsay-Levi tapped three female artists to work with her on the show and designs.
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The finale from Chloé's Fall 2020 show.

The finale from Chloé's Fall 2020 show.

Natacha Ramsay-Levi presented her latest for Chloé on Thursday in Paris. The collection is full of flowy skirts and groovy details — as we've come to expect from the designer. There was also an element of collaboration introduced this season: Ramsay-Levi worked with her longtime friend, painter Rita Ackermann, to bring artwork from her archive to the Fall 2020 Chloé ready-to-wear and accessories (think knits, T-shirts, coats, handbags and jewelry). The idea was to explore contemporary femininity, in various mediums; sculptor Marion Verboom was tasked with creating gilded totems that decorated the runway, while singer Marianne Faithfull recited spoken-word poetry for the soundtrack.  

See all the floral prints, funky necklines and duck boots that were part of the Chloé Fall 2020 collection in the gallery below.

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