The soft and relaxed attitude of the Chloe woman has a touch of untamed for the label’s Fall-Winter 2014 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. The creative director, Clare Waight Keller, sent out the house’s signatures – a parade of easy, tomboyish separates for the Autumn season in a mix of neutrals and pastels.

However, the look is emboldened with luxe multi-colored furs and ruffle embellishments for a sense of surprise in the Chloe woman’s wardrobe.

Elsewhere, dresses and skirts are decorated with raised geometric gold emblems while funnel neckline jackets bring a sporty mood.

chloe3The story was, once again, about texture, with some intriguing double-faced wools. Although this designer, who cut her fashion teeth on knitting, might have extended Chloé’s knit repertoire. Ms. Waight Keller is getting a freer sense of the Chloé style, and that is to be applauded.