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This Is The Stuff Of Dreams: Chloé Unveils Its Greatest Hits Collection

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    Some things just get better with age. Like fine wine, friendships and of course, Parisian label Chloé, which turns 60 this year!

    Many of us might be quite content with a celebrate such an occasion with our nearest and dearest, but not so for Chloé! A retrospective at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris last year was just the start of the festivities and it has just been announced that the brand will also be taking over Selfridges for all of March.

    Exhibition curator Judith Clark has worked on giving the luxury department store’s Wonder Room a taste of the experience visitors received at the exhibition. Archival pieces (swoon) will be on display alongside video footage of the runway shows that captured the world’s attention.

    Want to take home a little piece of the action? We're on it. The Chloé Édition Anniversaire will also be on offer. It’s a re-release of select items from previous collections and features creations from the designers, past and present, who have worked at the label. Karl Lagerfeld, Pheobe Philo, Hannah MacGibbon and the brand’s founder Gaby Aghian. Suddenly, you're seeing vintage Paddington bags, classic cocktail dresses, and inimitable statement boots dancing across your imagination, aren't you?

    Photo: Courtesy of Selfridges

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