The fourth Chloé x MOCA annual dinner took place in Los Angeles on Tuesday (November 27) with many gorgeous girls in attendance.
HAIM: When it comes to the style of my sister and I, we couldn’t be more polar opposite. I love colour and she lives in black, so I love the cohesiveness that these ladies bring to the table. When it comes to their style, the only thing I worry about is getting their names right.
Danielle Haim: Taking this Chloé look from the Fall 2018 runway, I love how it channels a retro-inspired mood thanks to the cut of the suit and zany print shirt. The Chloé ‘Tracy’ cut-out boots give the look an edge, while the Chloé ‘Tess’ bag adds a contrast to the cinnamon drenched hue.
Este Haim: You’ll either regard this as thrown together, or a bit more imaginative considering her sisters spliced-from-the-runway look. The hero piece is definitely her Chloé Pre-Fall 2018 blazer with her Chloé ‘Drew’ bag highlighting the orange in her Prince of Wales checked outerwear. Did the Chloé yellow lace-up boots work with this look?
Alana Haim: Of the three, Alana’s look encapsulated Chloé’s bold take on 1970s with the flares and shimmering Chloe frilled turtleneck jumper that added a subtle edge of glamour. She too styled her look the ‘Tess’ bag and ‘Tracey’ ankle boots.
Emma Roberts: Like the other ladies at this event, Emma was working retro vibe which saw the print of her Chloé red-orange corduroy suit rendered in a black ‘C’ motif which hails from the label’s archives. I love the elegant femininity the frilled blouse brought to the look, but I’m not a fan of the ankle boots here. A Chloé ‘Drew’ bag completed her look.
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