Natacha Ramsay-Levi has stepped down as the creative director of Chloe.
After months of rumors, the French stylist, announced the news on her Instagram account, on Thursday, December 3.
'I want to thank Chloe for this opportunity. I am equally thankful for their support in my decision to leave my position. I do so with a sense of hope for the development of this great brand and its renewed commitment to a meaningful and powerful femininity,'
Ramsay-Levi said in a statement.
'Natacha has made a great contribution to Chloe, bringing at its center the intelligence and sense of mission that were defined by our founder. She is an important member of that proud tradition of women who have designed at Chloe. Her creative leadership and her vision have written a powerful and meaningful chapter in our story,'
said Riccardo Bellini, CEO of Chloe.
Formerly a history student, Ramsay-Levi succeeded Clare Waight Keller as artistic director of the ready-to-wear, leather goods and accessories collections for Chloe in 2017 and oversaw 82 Chloe boutiques worldwide and four collections annually. In 2002, she joined the team of Nicolas Ghesquiere and became his protege at Balenciaga. In 2013, after eleven years when Ghesquiere left his post to join Louis Vuitton as artistic director of the women's collections he took Ramsay-Levi with him where she became creative director of womenswear.
Known for her collaboration with women artists, Ramsay-Levi' last spring-summer 2021 show, last October, was widely praised by critics.
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