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Founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, Chloé is a French luxury fashion house. The brand was created to offer ready-to-wear, which, at the time, was a new concept. In 1985, the company was bought by Alfred Dunhill Ltd., which is now part of the Richemont Group.

Known for its innovative visions, in 2007 Chloé was the first luxury brand to offer a mobile version of its website and the first to broadcast, in 2008, its fashion show the same day it took place. Some of fashion’s best known designers have helmed Chloé including Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney, Phoebe Philo and Clare Waight Keller.

Creative direction is now overseen Natacha Ramsay-Levy, formerly of Louis Vuitton.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
5-7 Avenue Percier, Paris 75008
Website:
Website Traffic: 689,820 (on desktop and mobile wen in the last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Locations:

143 New Bond Street,
London, W1S 2TP

152-153 Sloane Street,
London, SW1X 9BX

Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Kidswear; Bags; Accessories; Footwear; Jewellery; Fragrances

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Richemont

UK Standalone Stores: 2
UK Concessions: 15
International Stores & Stockists: Approx over 50
Key Concessions:

Harrods; Selfridges; Matches; Browns; Liberty; Shop at Bluebird

Number of Countries Shipped To: Approx over 50
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; Canada; China; Australia; UAE; EU

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Geoffroy De La Bourdonnaye

Design Director: Natacha Ramsay-Levi
Retail Director: Laurent Rodriguez (Worldwide Retail Director)

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