The phenomenon that is the Coachella music festival established a new aesthetic that designers have now adapted into their own signature styles. This chic millennial bohemian, with her colorful prints and exotic textiles, has even made her way onto the Paris runways, most evidently in Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s spring 2019 collection for Chloé. Paris’ new designer ingenue, a protege of Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquiere, put forth a decidedly strong second collection inspired by the partying nomads in Ibiza and Morocco. The most exotic of prints were splattered on a vast array of billowy silk dresses, tasseled mini skirts, and flowing separates. A play on textiles came in bright-hued tunic dresses and painted fabric made to look like denim. This season’s Chloé customer is undoubtedly a bohemian spirit, whether she’s a working woman in Paris or party girl in the Mediterranean.
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