How the Style Set Is Wearing the Fall/Winter Collection
Get inspired by Rose Byrne in Rochas and Rachel Bilson in Ulla Johnson and Alice McCall.
When Chloe Gosselin was designing the Fall/Winter 2018 collection, she named each shoe after a fearless, agenda-setting woman who inspires her.
Now those designs have made their way onto the feet of women who are worthy of admiration in their own rights.
Hilary Swank was pictured in the Tori sandals at the LA Film Festival at the end of September, while Rose Byrne was among the first to get a pair of the Emma pumps in burgundy padded velvet — she teamed them with a vibrant blue Rochas shirtdress and belt back in August.
The Rosie mules have been a particular celebrity hit. Rachel Bilson wore a black leather pair in July with an Ulla Johnson blouse, an Alice McCall leather dress and MaxMara sunglasses, and Yara Shahidi was pictured wearing the same heels in the November issue of Elle UK. The pink snake versions have also made an appearance in print; they were pictured in the Financial Times’ How to Spend It magazine last weekend.
Also proving popular are the raspberry velvet Narcissus sandals — they were spotted on Alisson Miller who wore them with Peter Pilotto to the LA premiere of A Million Little Things; on Lucy Hale at J Mendel’s New York Fashion Week presentation; and on Riverdale star Lili Reinhart who wore them with a Saloni dress back in May. In fact, Reinhart is a serial CG Girl — she wore the Narcissus sandals again this week in the rust colorway for an appearance on the Build Series.
Proving that Fall/Winter looks don’t need to be worn in Fall/Winter weather, Gillian Jacobs wore the pale blue satin Louise mules to the Jonathan Simkhai store opening in LA with a dress by Simkhai. And Hannah Ferguson was Chloe’s date to the CFDA Awards in June — she had her pick of the collection and chose to wear the printed Cate pumps with her Gabriela Hearst tuxedo dress and bag and Monica Sordo jewelry.