Gabriella Hearst succeeds Natacha Ramsay-Levi, who left Chloé this month. On December 7th Chloé’s chief executive officer Riccardo Bellini announced that Gabriela Hearst will be taking the reins as its new creative director, effective immediately. The New York-based, Uruguayan launched her eponymous label in 2015, beloved for its cult-favorite Nina pouch bag and sustainable, minimalist aesthetic. She will help push Chloé towards a socially and environmentally-conscious future and “be a positive force in further evolving and expanding our founder’s original vision of meaningful and powerful femininity,” Bellini says.
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