Creative Director Gabriela Hearst and her team at Chloé continue to pave the way towards a more sustainable Maison, utilizing boundary-breaking techniques and providing an example for other major luxury houses in the future. This commitment to the environment meshes seamlessly with Chloé’s free-spirited, boho aesthetic. This season, Hearst explores Chloé’s most iconic and historical house codes, reimagining them in a fresh, modern way.

As a whole, the Chloé Fall 2022 collection introduces a new approach to the creative process, structured to ensure that the Maison continues to focus on a climate solution, which is central to Hearsts vision both at Chloé and in life. This season, the designer melds a commitment to the environment with Chloé’s aesthetic references, which will continue to be seen moving forward. Hearst believes that bettering the environment and climate success requires more women leaders in the field.

New Chloé Meets Old Chloé

Most literally, Hearst’s philosophy plays out on a range of pieces that depict various landscapes within the environment, all under environmental stressors. There are forest fires, melting glaciers, and droughts. These images are hand-painted onto stunning leather totes. Historic house codes are revisited within the collection, and ones that have been developed over the course of the last year are further developed.

In addition to the hand-painted totes, a variety of handbag silhouettes are shown throughout. Leather bags are finished with whip-stitched details, fittingly appearing in an array of neutral, earthy hues. The revival Edith bag, is further explored for Fall 2022, given a cleaner, more streamlined aesthetic. The bags, of course, are also designed with sustainability in mind, and around 70% of the leather is sourced from Leather Working Group certified tanneries, making them lower impact. View bags from the runway below, courtesy of Chloé.

Look 1 and 2
Look 3
Look 4 and 5
Look 6
Look 7 and 8
Look 9
Look 10 and 11
Look 12 and 13
Look 14
Look 15 and 16
Look 17 and 18
Look 19 and 20
Look 21, 22 and 23
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CShell
CShell
7 months ago

Hearst is clearly making fun of the fools that would buy this cr4p.

psny15
psny15
7 months ago
Reply to  CShell

Hearst is a horrible horrible horrible choice for Chloe

Smack down
Smack down
7 months ago
Reply to  psny15

I agree. For me her bags lack creativity. She “borrows” a lot from Fendi as they have painted designs (19, 20, etc.) and exaggerated exterior stitching (11, 12, etc.). I expected more; this is very disappointing.

Antonia
Antonia
7 months ago

I like the one in the main photo but that’s about it.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
7 months ago
Reply to  Antonia

Same! I like that tote and that’s it.

TKS
TKS
7 months ago

Anyone else think these are pretty close copies to the Delvaux Tempete? Even the shape and placement of the metal feet….wow.

Carrie K
Carrie K
7 months ago

If it weren’t for the Woody totes Chloe would be in huge financial trouble right now. None of their new designs had been popular except for the woody totes

Smack down
Smack down
7 months ago
Reply to  Carrie K

Do you think the Woody totes are popular especially with the logo placement that unmistakably screams “Chloe”. 😉

Adele
Adele
7 months ago

I like the bags with the whip-stitched edges. Getting Peekaboo vibes, especially for Look 9.

psny15
psny15
7 months ago

What’s the theme – let me pay you money to look like a homeless hobo?

Sego-Irm
Sego-Irm
7 months ago

These look like Proenza bags, which inherently isn’t a bad thing, but it’s bad for Chloe. I was excited for GH’s tenure at Chloe but it’s clear that handbag design isn’t her forte.

Slightly off topic but their Instagram presence is awful now too.

Vvv
Vvv
7 months ago

Yikes, I wonder why GH has neglected to stick to Chloe’s romantic bohemian vibe, softer lines and use of unique hardware when it had worked for them in the past…this is not a good look for Chloe.

RAC
RAC
7 months ago

#1 Okay, #2 wow love ❤ 👀 it! same for #’s 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 #18 hope strings are removable I’d replace with a dainty scarf and #20. Really nice collection. Thank you.

Julia
Julia
7 months ago

The clothes are improving… but I can’t watch those bags!!🙈

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