After her show in Paris, the designer discussed her determination to show how a modern fashion house can fully embrace eco-friendly practices.
A world defined by lockdowns and curfews meant that Gabriela Hearst’s debut show as Chloé creative director in March was a digital one. This week, however, on the sun-dappled banks of the Seine, the Uruguayan-born designer — who shows her namesake brand in New York — presented the Chloé spring 2022 collection to a live crowd.
Later, Ms. Hearst talked about her key inspirations this season and why she uses her runway to highlight the craft work of nonprofit organizations.
What excited you most about unveiling this collection?
Probably being able
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