This fall, two shoe lines will make their debut as standout Chloé statements: Blake and Betty.
Both sneakers and rainboots, take cue from the same adventurous, outdoor attitude that defined Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s Fall Winter 2019 runway collection.
Sporty and functional, yet feminine with distinctive detailing, these new designs speak to the active, confident side of today’s Chloé girl.
At once rugged and playful, Blake furthers the sporty elements that have become familiar in the Sonnie sneakers.
Proposed as in low-top version, Blake is framed with curvy lines and a layered rubber sole in contrasting tones—with the jagged effect once again inspired by hiking crampons. The sneakers boast a mix of resistant materials including suede calfskin, and can be adjusted for comfort via thick laces integrated with utilitarian straps.
Highlighted with a spectrum of bright colour accents, the sneaker makes a bold impression yet can be worn effortlessly as part of a versatile Chloé wardrobe.
With a flat, squared toe and an angled, 5-cm heel, Betty offers a variation on the Bea Chelsea boots from the FW19 show.
Made of waterproof PVC in a slick finish, they are well-suited to everyday wear: practical meets polished. The jagged, lug sole nods to crampons worn for heavy duty hiking yet the boots prove lightweight and form-fitting thanks to an internal zipper with an oversized pull. As Chloé finishing touches, a framed label appears on the outside near the top and a contrasted logo is embedded in the nylon back loop.
Available in a palette of crisp, neutral tones including Black, White and Santal Green, Betty is loaded with low-key edge.
Blake and Betty will arrive in stores and on chloe.com in September.