The wide straps of Chloé's black Ingrid clogs feature the label's signature scalloped edges, a key trope that first used by founder Gaby Aghion to decorate a cotton-piqué dress in 1960. They're crafted from vegetable-tanned leather with gold buckles and studs, then set on a platform midsole and block heel carved from Monterey pinewood.
Founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, the original Chloé girl, the label is regarded as one of the essential postwar brands, alongside Yves Saint Laurent and Christian Dior. With icons like Karl Lagerfeld as former head designers, Chloé continues to draw upon its rich heritage of beautifully designed pieces, widely featured in publications such as Grazia and Harper’s Bazaar.
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