In 1956, Gaby Aghion debuted her luxury prêt-à-porter line of clothing in Paris. Her goal was to present soft, youthful and unique clothes and she hired adventurous, young designers to do this.
Karl Lagerfeld, in 1966, became the lead designer at Chloe and led the brand to attract such fashion trend-setters as Grace Kelly, Brigitte Bardot and Jackie Kennedy. In the 1980s, Martine Sitbon became head designer and further reinforced Chloe’s ability to be young, inquisitive and classic at the same time. In 1985, the company was purchased by the Richemont Group who saw to it that the brand grew to be know throughout the world. In 1997, Stella McCartney became head designer and for 4 years confidently led Chloe to become a brand for those seeking sophisticated, youthful and slightly edgy ready-to-wear. Today the chief designer is Melim Anderson.
Chloe bags are softly structured; they tend to have many pockets and a slightly slouchy look and are perfect for those seeking a casual-sophisticated look. They look awesome with flip flops as well as with your favorite Manolos