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Paris Fashion Week, March 7: Chloé, Kenzo

Highlights and commentary from yesterday’s runway shows: Chloé rocks a bewitching uptown-gypsy vibe; Kenzo wraps mod military layers around fluid designs that nod to the label’s Japanese DNA.

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Chloé

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Fashion Office Bottom Line: “Creative Director Clare Waight Keller perfectly captures that effortless Parisian cool-girl vibe with a collection that mixes slouchy boys’ tailoring with the softness and romance the house represents. In a season of great outerwear choices, Chloé showed some of the best—with elongated peacoats, belted shearling and capes.” —Red Godfrey, VP Fashion Office

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Kenzo

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Fashion Office Bottom Line: “The latest offering from Kenzo’s Humberto Leon and Carol Lim was by turns military- and urban-influenced, but with an air of retro romance featuring long, layered looks that mixed stripes, colorblocking and the vintage florals cropping up everywhere this season. Outerwear pieces were key, with capes and oversize shearling moto jackets layered over light and airy dresses.”

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