For her début collection for Chloé, Clare Waight Keller has taken the reins from Hannah MacGibbon. With her first outing, the British designer dipped into the label's archives (namely the works of Karl Lagerfeld) with stripy prints, floaty shorts and hyper-realistic flowers that ran up the side of shirts and skirts.

"Fluidity and femininity, but boyish" was how Waight Keller described the collection. And true to form there were pleats, long breezy dresses, men's style trousers and pale shades of nude. Carefree and cool, there weren't too many risks taken by Clare here but it was nonetheless a solid start for her future at Chloé. Check a video from the show above.