On Saturday Hannah MacGibbon presented her first line for Paris based fashion house Chloe. The youngest British designer was named as the new creative director shortly after the Autumn shows back in March.
MacGibbon explained the Chloe girl to Vogue last week, "I don't think there's any house that provides clothes for the girls we design for. I would love it to be just effortless, desirable clothes that you want to wear, and I'm really starting with daywear because that's at the core of the company."
The collection still represented the classic feminine feel of the label but in a slightly more grown-up fashion. The hemlines were short but edgy fabrics such as PVC.
The colour palette was mainly kept to on-trend pastel shades and classic tailored pieces were given a funky touch with scalloped sleeves. Bow detail belts kept waists clinched over high waisted shorts.
MacGibbon played with dimensions and experimented with colour for her first collection and it certainly didn't disappoint. What do you think of the pieces?