…Chloe’s diamante-streaked black chiffon. Sizes 8-14, £176. Fortnum and Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1.
(a.k.a My new tagline…)
Illustrated by David Wolfe.
Scanned from Vogue, November 1971.
Orange and yellow printed Liberty silk harem suit with loose divided skirt cuffed in orange silk at ankles by Yuki. Jade disc and 24ct gold necklace and bracelet by N. Bloom.
Hair by Alex at Ginger Group.
Make-up by Barbara Daly.
Photographed by Francois Lamy.
Scanned from Harpers and Queen, May 1975.
Long skirt and shawl in orange, purple and mauve printed jersey. Mauve vest and mauve and beige belt. All by Missoni from Browns.
Lilac, pink and mauve crepe de Chine evening dress in tiny flower sprig print with purple edged poncho by Christian Dior-London. Coral, gold and green mother of pearl bead necklace from Jones. Diamond and gold bangle from Garrard.
Lilac crepe de Chine evening robe, printed with orchids in darker lilac and pale print by Chloé at Browns. Opaque glass and amethyst necklaces from N. Bloom. Pale lilac kid shoes with wedge heels by Charles Jourdan.
Orange and pink hand-printed chiffon dress with ruff collar, made to measure by Franka. Long coral beads by N. Bloom. Coral kid strappy sandals by Charles Jourdan.
A pink silk patterned shawl, wrapping and tying round the waist over a gathered silk skirt.
Delicious, delicate colours (porcelain-pink with shell, lavender-blue with lavender-grey) in seemingly effortless, natural shapes with hardly a seam in sight distinguish Karl Lagerfeld’s collection for Chloé. He showed a new way with scarves —a small square folded and tied round the neck with translucent fruit scattered with rhinestones pinned to the knot. Romantic shawls and scarf-wrapped waists, with softly gathered skirts.
Hair by Alex at Jean Marc Maniatis.
Make-up by Jacques Clemente.
Photographed by Jo Francki.
Scanned from Over 21 magazine, February 1975.
A pale shell pink crepe de chine tee-shirt worn under a dusty pink crepe de chine blouse, with a delicate lavender coat and softly gathered skirt. Tiny crepe dechine scarf knotted at the neck. Shell-pink and lavender-pink shirt and skirt, the waist softly tied in a long matching scarf.
Played down – one perfect piece that goes on everything, like Chloé’s apples or the translucent flowers.
Immaculate scrap of crepe de chine knotted twice round the neck and pinned with a translucent glass and diamante apple brooch, at Chloé.
Clothes by Chloe and Cerruti at Piero de Monzi. Painting by Robert Cottingham from the DM Gallery. Furniture and Fendi luggage at Condotti.
Advert for the Piero de Monzi boutique in Fulham Road.
Scanned from Vogue, April 15th 1975.
Exclusive Chloé Designs by Karl Lagerfeld – Chloé Boutique, 173 New Bond Street, London W.1.
“A woman does not put on my fragrance. She enters it.” Karl Lagerfeld.
Scanned from Harpers and Queen, October 1982.
Sortie à Paris: Silk chiffon blouse and crepe de chine skirt in the same print, silk jersey vest and wool jacket, all by Chloé.
Photographed by Jean Widmer. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Jardin des Modes, February 1971
Vernissage avant-garde: Silk jersey sweater with stripes and pop print, satin and wool jacket and knee length skirt, all by Chloé
Recevoir chez soi: Black skirt, tank top and print chiffon blouse by Chloé. Black suede shoes by Charles Jourdan.
A une vente de tableaux: Short zippered jacket with Mandarin collar, vivid coloured satin shirt and trousers by Rodier.
Fuchsia clouds, amethyst sky, wild rose snow scene hand-painted across a pure panne velvet coat, raglan sleeves and single breasted. By Chloe, £200 to order.
Photographed by Barry Lategan. Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, November 1970