The lowdown: Always a celebration of femininity, Clare Waight Keller's Chloé show "was a tribute to girls named Kate, Chloé, Cecilia, Corinne, Rosemary, Emma, Courtney and many others who embody the liberty and the elegance of a perfectly mastered and excessively lived simplicity". Cue effortless, off-the-shoulder dresses in white, slouchy, washed silk trousers with athletic stripes and wide-leg dungarees in pale pastels. Every look was rendered pretty, even the more mannish ones, thanks to lace butterfly appliqués, charming flower prints and rainbow hues that came as stripes on crepe dresses, pom-poms dangling from peasant-style blouses and stacked layers on slide sandals. To finish off the haute hippie vibe, no Chloé girl could go without a camera pocket bag, the new shape of the season or, for she of minimal baggage, a mini drawstring pouch.
Who we saw: The Blonde Salad's Chiara Ferragni, who covered the collection on the Chloé Instagram
What they wore: The same blue dungarees that paraded down the catwalk
Shop the The Paris Edit, plus shop our Chloé edit below.