“In recent months, marked by unrest in health, social and economic life, I have been thinking about the changes I want to see in our industry and how to align them with my own creativity, as well as with intellectual and emotional values,” comments her departure Natasha Ramsay-Levy. “This is what makes me look at my future differently and strive to seize new opportunities.”
Who will take the place of Chloé's creative director is still unknown. In a press release, the company said that Natasha Ramsay-Levy's successor will be announced in due course.
The Chloé fashion house was opened in 1952 by the aristocrat Gabi Agyen, who, after moving from Egypt to France, began sewing and selling dresses in local boutiques. Over the years, the creative directors of the brand have been Karl Lagerfeld, Stella McCartney and Phoebe Fileo, who is again prophesied to this place along with Simon Port Jacquemus, founder of Jacquemus.
Recall that Natasha Ramsay-Levy's career began in 2002 at the Balenciaga fashion house, where she underwent an internship under the direction of creative director Nicolas Ghesquière, and after a few years became his assistant. After that, the designer worked as a consultant for fashion brands such as Hermès and Acne Studios, and then reunited with Ghesquière in Louis Vuitton.>