A Rose-tinted Vision
Eye-catching and playful, Chloé sunglasses mix feminine touches with modern ideals.
Founded in 1952 by Egyptian-born french designer Gaby Aghion, Chloé was a unique brand of its time. Aghion eschewed traditional and stiff 1950s fashion for designs that were lightweight and decidedly modern.
Evoking a signature lightness, Aghion wanted her clothes to be beautiful for a wider audience and called the brand luxury prêt-à-porter. Aimed at young Parisian intellectuals, the label initially showcased in cafés and hubs where young people gathered. In fact, Aghion presented her first capsule collection of cotton poplin dresses to the press in the city’s Café de Flore, an unconventional choice that established the brand’s popularity with a younger fashion-forward audience.
Fresh, spirited designs
Following in the steps of Aghion, the brand’s take on eyewear radiates the same playful confidence. Shades play with shapes and silhouettes, such as cat-eye and square frames with thin rims and temple arms. Sloped, curved frames offer a spirit of luminosity with their pastel-tinted lenses and harmonious color combinations such as light pink, baby blues and sunny yellows.
Glamorous and retro influences are highlighted in some styles, shown by their oversized rounded frames that evoke a 70s style touch. While minimalist aviators create a softened aesthetic with their gradient lenses and embellishments.
Graceful and fluid, these sunglasses radiate the Parisian house’s modern beginnings and at the same time symbolize a charming luxury selection.