Chloé full-winter 2020 collection has united the creativity of talented women. Natacha Ramsay-Levi took inspiration from the work of the American-Hungarian artist Rita Ackermann, using her illustrations as prints for silk shirts, dresses, bags from the new collection. To create the right atmosphere at the fashion show, the designer turned to two other representatives of art. The sculptor Marion Verboom created totem sculptures that served as scenery for the show, and the poems of the singer Marianne Faithfull became the soundtrack of the show - she read French and British poetry of the 18th-19th centuries on the soundtrack.

The collection harmoniously combines 70s silhouettes, boho-chic elements, hippie and military aesthetics, as well as airy feminine looks with masculine wide trousers, buttoned shirts, and suits. Besides, Chloé offers light flowing dresses made from transparent fabric or some models with high cuts, quilted and leather coats and jackets, argyle turtlenecks, and many others. In addition to artistic and floral prints, turn-down collars, oval necklines, and embroidery are the highlights of the collection.

As for the color palette, the collection is dominated by nude shades, including creamy, powdery, fawn, diluted with contrasting splashes of chocolate, wine, and dark blue.