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Chloé and its free-spirited ready-to-wear collections have long-inspired a legion of ‘Chloé girls’ who crave a slice of the brand’s bohemian DNA. Founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion – one of the first designers to move away from haute couture in favour of a more egalitarian approach to fashion – Chloé has hosted a distinguished line-up of creative directors over the years, transitioning from its prairie girl roots to a more streamlined, borrowed-from-the-boys aesthetic.


Look 1 in the Chloe Spring 2000 runway show by Stella McCarrtney, worn by supermodel Gisele Bündchen.


Modern size equivalent: 4-6


Tagged 38



Bust: up to 34-36”

Waist: up to 29”

Hip: up to 34-35"

Length: front: 44, back 52"

Vintage Y2K Runway Chloe Dress

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