Given that this year’s Met Gala theme is “A-Line Beauty: Karl Lagerfeld,” it’s no surprise there’s renewed interest in the late designer’s extensive archive. While vintage Chanel is always sought after, his time at Chloé – where he did two jobs, from 1983 To 1983 and from 1985 to 1992 – the revival is long overdue.
Aralda Vintage, on Vogue. “When you can get your hands on any of these, you’re lucky enough to have a beautifully crafted piece of historic clothing.”
The designer’s early work at Chloé – the logo With his first foray into ready-to-wear—one of the rarest of them all. “His works from late 1963 to early 1992 s showcased what he could do with printmaking,” says Lauren Lepire, founder of Timeless Vixen. “Bold graphics and flattering silhouettes are really my personal taste.”