History of Chloe Handbags
Crossing boundaries – Chloe’s history can’t be replicated as easily as their bags!
This is a story that starts the heart of any entrepreneur, especially fashion lovers like ourselves. Indeed, our passion for making quality fake handbags wouldn’t exist without Chloe.
The first crossed boundary was a national one. It all starts with a woman from Alexandria, Egypt. Though a richly European -quite literally Mediterranean- ancient port city. Alexandria wasn’t quite enough for Gaby Aghion, the founder of the Chloe brand. In 1945, at the age of 24, Gaby left her hometown and family and the at times volatile culture of Alexandria and moved to high-flying Paris, truly an irresistible destination at the time for a young woman seeking self-expression and possibility. Seven short years later, she had enough of a coherent life there to really strike out on her own and start a fashion company. By 1956, Gaby and a partner named Jacques Lenoir were debuting their first line of clothes at the avant-garde hotspot Café de Flore – a sign of things to come for the spirit and vision of the Chloe name.
The second boundary crossed was an entrenched line between the high fashion world and ordinary fashionable women. In the 50’s, before Chloe exploded onto the scene, if you wanted stylish and sexy clothes, there was only ‘couture’ – basically, made-to-order chic. Gaby, with an outsider’s awareness of the workings of Parisian culture and fashion, saw a blind spot. There were no easily available quality clothes for the sophisticated modern woman – everything ‘ready-to-wear’ lacked in originality, taste, and that certain – je ne sais quoi. Gaby seized on this as an opportunity, and Chloe introduced to the world ‘luxury’ prêt-a-porter clothes and quickly became a hit and set the stage for unparalleled innovation in the fashion world that always had it’s finger on the pulse of modern women and the spirit of the times. The way we see it, Gaby’s desire to offer the ordinary woman an outlet for stylish expression isn’t at all different from our own goal to make quality replica handbags and replica purses for today’s average woman.
The third boundary Chloe designer crossed was constantly bringing in unknown and experimental talent to their design leadership even as they took over the mainstream market. In the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s Chloe nurtured the now-famous designers Karl Lagerfeld and Martine Sitbon. And in the last few decades, such maverick talents as Stella McCartney, Phoebe Philo, Paulo Melim Andersson, and most recently, Hannah MacGibbon, who runs Chloe fashion to this day.
A special moment for us was in 2002, when Chloe bags, starting with the incomparable Paddington line, became a new focus for the company. Since then, many replica houses have devoted themselves to recreating Chloe designs. We’ve been at it a long time ourselves, and we’re proud to push the boundaries ourselves with our excellent-quality and easily-affordable replica handbags and replica purses. Thanks to Gaby and her dream of Chloe for the inspiration!