Creative director of Chloé steps down

The creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi of the luxury French brand Chloé after four years but will not be leaving the fashion industry. In a brief exit statement, Ramsay-Levi explains that she’s enjoyed the past four years with Chloé and will be refocusing her time for the Maison on Gaby Aghion’s commitment to fundamental value and intellectual freedom that ties us all.

Ramsay-Levi goes onto explain that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has influenced the fashion industry leading her to consider how to better align it with her emotional, creative, and intellectual values. After contemplating Ramsay-Levi considered her future differently and realized her desire to pursue new opportunities.

Ramsay-Levi is leaving on a high note following her latest Chloé spring 2021 runway show. The runway show was hosted at the Palais de Tokyo and featured video footage of models walking the streets of Paris, bringing two fashion destination to one runway.

Ramsay-Levi started her career in the luxury fashion industry working under Nicolas Ghesquière as the creative director for women’s ready-to-wear at Louis Vuitton and also worked at Balenciaga. Chloé has yet to confirm Ramsay-Levi’s successor but her influence will remain engrained in the luxury French brand.