5 Things You Didn’t Know About Chloé’s Natacha Ramsay-Levi

5 months ago

Under the Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Chloé is every bit romantic and cool. Get to know the current creative force behind the legendary French brand launched in 1952, by Gaby Aghion…

 

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Before Chloé, Natacha worked under Nicolas Ghesquière, at Balenciaga. The two even worked together at Louis Vuitton, after Nicolas’s appointment.

 

When Natacha moved to Chloé, she had big shoes to fill. She replaced Clare Waight Keller, who went on to design for the Royal Wedding, and dressed the Duchess of Sussex. While at Chloé, Keller was widely praised for creating the iconic Drew and Faye bags, and commiting to Gaby’s vision.

 

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The aesthetic Natacha subscribes to is feminine but with edge. She packs unexpected silhouettes and contrasts, to make everyday dressing that much more contemporary. She’s also known to wear her own designs – whether they be Louis Vuitton or Chloé.

Natacha has roots in Montparnasse, Paris, it’s where she grew up. She was a student of history at school, who eventually studied at Paris’s premiere fashion school, Studio Berçot. Her father was a magazine editor, while her mother an interior decorator. Her closest connection to fashion in her early years was her grandmother, who was a seamstress, and one who taught her to always have an opinion. 

She’s had many celebrities champion her work on the red carpet recently. Including the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Julianne Moore, Charlize Theron, and Yara Shahidi.

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