For Spring Chloé Is Still All About the Neutral Shoe

At Chloé, the neutral shoe (worn with tonal layers) continues to be house designer Claire Waight Keller’s favorite kind of footwear. And with good reason: She does them very well. In a season of tricky shoes that threatened to trump the ensemble, hers at Paris Fashion Week were pure, simple and subtle. In a word: chic. 

Chloé Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Chloé spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Swan Gallet/Fairchild.
Chloé Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Chloé spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Delphine Achard/Fairchild.
Chloé Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Chloé spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

Asymmetrical ankle-strapped leather sandals had a slight cone heel and buckling at the ankle — a wise option for the kind of woman who doesn’t have time to change her shoes from day to night. Some had nailhead studding along the sole. With the two-strap heel becoming a bit too ubiquitous, here was a newer option.

Chloé Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Chloé spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Swan Gallet/Fairchild.
Chloé Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Chloé spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.
Chloé Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Chloé spring '17 collection.
CREDIT: Swan Gallet/Fairchild.

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