Chloé | Fall/Winter 2023

Sustainability on the runway

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Gabriella Madden

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Chloé has debuted their Fall/Winter 2023 collection during Paris Fashion Week. Inspired by the imperative need for women’s stories and their contributions to society, Creative Director Gabriela Hearst brings these women’s stories out of the shadows so they can play a leading role in the race to find climate solutions. Inspired by 17th-century Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi, who overcame a range of societal and personal struggles to emerge as one of the most celebrated female artists of her time, Hearst adds another chapter of exploration of climate success and the urgent need to champion women as leaders.

Chloé has long been committed to environmental sustainability and transparency, and this continues with the release of Chloé Vertical, This unique and innovative digital ID, a technology powered by EON, will allow users to scan the labels of products with a smartphone, enabling them to trace their item from field to the finished piece. The initiative has three main purposes: to ensure authenticity, traceability and to facilitate care and repair. This collaboration has allowed the Maison to trace the entire supply chain and production process for each of the products included within the Chloé Vertical capsule.

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