Gabriela Hearst has unveiled her second collection, Chloé’s Spring 2022 that continues the House’s eco-conscious and social impact in fashion
From organic silk, recycled cashmere and deadstock materials, all of which are present in fifty-five percent of the spring ready-to-wear collection. And, fifteen percent of the collection is manufactured by the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) fair trade-guaranteed members, Akanjo and Manos del Uruguay.
“The fictitious but utterly delicious state of being in love,” notes Hearst in a statement about the collection. “I couldn’t start this journey at Chloé without love being the emotion as a driver.”
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