Video: Natasha Ramsay-Levy Steps Down As Creative Director At Chloé
Natasha Ramsay-Levy is leaving the post of creative director of Chloé, according to representatives of the French House. She managed to work in this position for 3 years. Before joining Chloé, she was Nicolas Ghesquière's right-hand man at Balenciaga and Louis Vuitton for 15 years. She joined the French Maison team in 2017 to replace Claire Waite Keller, who had left Givenchy. In this role, Ramsay-Levy has significantly expanded her line of accessories, especially jewelry, and has given a new take on the brand's aesthetic - more eclectic and full of irony. However, according to the published data, sales with her fell compared to the period of work in the brand of her predecessor.
The name of the designer's successor has not yet been announced. Ramsay-Levy's further career plans are also unknown. Rumors of her departure have been around for a long time, especially after the rebranding of the CEO and the announcement of the company's "new course". And now, finally, they were confirmed.
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