There is no sign that designer Claire Waight Keller will now leave her six years after Chloe, but where is her next stop, it’s not hard to imagine that the brand will miss her. For the most part of the past decade, Waight Keller’s refined Chloe looked at the lavish paradise of luxury, and in the process she had done some damn good handbags.
Waight Keller’s last runway includes only a few bags designed, these works represent a more structured, fitting custom method that has been gradually within her tenure. These bags – some petite shapes present tones, neutral suede and leather combinations – all characteristic similar to the curved, golden metal treatment. The appearance of Bindor and directed and consumer-oriented Hudsons has won a lot of consumers in recent years, however, Waight Keller will be in a fun looking forward.