The last collection of Chloé Gosselin is called Epiphyllum, like the spectacular Cactus overflowing with flowers. Each pair is named after an illustrious woman: Maya Angelou, Louis Bourgeois, and Diane von Furstenberg ... Very high heels, colorful snakeskins, exotic floral patterns, Chloé Gosselin's shoes are sensual, feminine, daring and incarnations of the personality and inspirations of the designer.
Born in France, Chloé Gosselin studied Fine Arts in Lacambre, Belgium before becoming a model. After several years, the young woman returned to study at FIT in New York to launch her eponymous shoe brand in 2014. Each model is drawn in the designer's studio in New York before being hand-made. Italy. We could see them treading Grammy red carpets or Golden Globes at the feet of Madonna or Kate Winslet among many others. Member of the CFDA for 1 year, the designer tells us about her inspirations and her vision of femininity.
Your last Fall/Winter 2018 collection in three words:
What were your main inspirations for this collection?
What is your favorite pair from this collection ?
You named your shoes as feminist and strong women like Louise Bourgeois or Gloria Steinem - do you think shoes and clothing are empowering women?
The woma(e)n that inspire(s) you the most?
Which artist(s) inspire you the most?
After studying Art, you worked as a model for several years. How and why did you decide do launch your own shoe brand ?
The film that most speaks to your aesthetic:
If you could live in any era, when would you choose and why?
The last place you travelled to that inspired you?