The creative director is to step down from the Parisian fashion house.
It’s official. After three years at the helm of Chloé, Gabriela Hearst has announced she is stepping down from her role as creative director. She will present her last collection for the Parisian fashion house in September.
Gabriela Hearst, creative director of Chloé
Gabriela Hearst was named creative director of Chloé in December 2020, succeeding Natacha Ramsay-Levi, and has since been celebrating the house’s French roots and minimalism, infusing her collections with a signature breed of chic, all while elevating the look of the woman of today. Since taking the reins at Chloé, Gabriela Hearst has been instrumental in transforming Chloé into a socially and environmentally conscious company.
Gabriela Hearst’s committed approach
As she introduced more eco-friendly fabrics into her collections, Gabriella Hearst introduced them one at a time, so as to center each of them around a different pioneering solution to fight against climate change. Chloé‘s Spring/Summer 2024 collection—Hearst’s final collection for the house—will be unveiled on September 28, 2023.
Translated by Jack Pownall.
This article was originally published on Vogue France.