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Arm Candy of the Week: Paris Fashion Week FW20

Comme Chloé Harrouche.

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Au revoir,  Fashion Month.

As Louis Vuitton closed Paris Fashion Week with its Time Clash  show at the Louvre on Tuesday (including a 200-person choir dressed in period costumes by Oscar-winning designer Milena Canonero), a whirlwind month of runways and street style came to an end.

Despite the inclement weather and spread of coronavirus, headliners like Dior, Celine, Balenciaga, and Chanel (to name only a few) brought all the style setters to the city of lights. But, our eyes were on local Chloé Harrouche.

Also known as Loulou De Saison, her IG handle that boasts over 165,000 followers, Chloé gives off that certain je ne sais quoi.  Digital influencer, fashion consultant, and founder and creative director of Loulou Studio (her knitwear label that is worn by the likes of Pernille Teisbaek), she has the effortlessly cool, French-girl style everyone tries to emulate.

As Chloé arrived at Paris’s Fall/Winter 2020 shows, she showed off her capsule collection of luxury handbags. Forgoing trending micro, macro, logo, and bedazzled styles, Chloé kept it classic with investment staples that have serious re-wear value. Though, she did carry Bottega Veneta’s latest IT bag on days 3, 6, and 8 (but, can you blame her?).

Keep scrolling to see the très chic  bags Chloé Harrouche carried throughout PFW. You will probably end up wanting to raid her coat closet too.

Cover photography by: Hanna Lassen/Getty Images

Edited by : Anna Villani

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