CHLOÉ JEWELLERY PRE-AW15 | New season collections (Insert Brand Name), bags, shoes, ready to wear | Parlour X

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For the Pre-Fall 15 collection, Clare Waight Keller turned to music as her design guidance, using two major artists from the 60s and 70s as the starting point for the French fashion house's latest offerings.  The jewellery of this season continues the beautiful theme of past seasons. Elegant and sophisticated, yet essentially wearable for many a scene. Chloe is a French fashion house founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, Prior to Chloé's launch, luxury fashion houses had only ever produced Haute Couture - made-to-measure - clothing. For the few who could afford it, this was fine; everyone else was left with poorly made copies, supplied by local seamstresses. Gaby Aghion, rejecting the stiff formality of 1950s fashion (and sensing a gap in the market), decided to create a line of off the rack, high quality, luxury, soft, body conscious clothes from fine fabrics, which she called 'luxury prêt-à-porter' and thus, the Prêt-à-Porter (Ready To Wear) market we know today, was born. The Jewellery collection this year is nothing short of stunning. The good size range of designer accessory pieces from Clare Waight Keller are beautiful. The Chloe Darcey round brass cuffs with a tonal, black stone or pearl finish are magnificent. Equally beautiful are the Chloe Darcey round earrings with a tonal, black stone or pearl finish that are magnificent, as are the Chloe Darcey round earrings also with a tonal, black stone or pearl finish. The pragmatic beauty of Chloe jewellery is that it is perfect by day and sensational by night. The jewellery will stylishly accompany smart formal and casual attire. This season, shop in store or online for the Delfine story. Parlour X has the long chain necklace in gold as well the pierced earrings with a long gold chain. This line of jewellery will match well with Chloe ready to wear clothing as well as the Chloe bags and shoes.

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