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Gabriela Hearst Resort 2022

A native of Uruguay with a passion for earthy glam and saving the earth, Gabriela Hearst may be this era’s consummate rich hippie. But she doesn’t just want to take. In a year where there is a lot of conversation in the U.S. around America’s contribution to fashion, which will culminate in two upcoming exhibitions at Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute, Hearst wants to make sure that the contributions from her native South America, Central America and Mexico are not forgotten.
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Travis Scott, Gabriela Hearst, Kerby Jean-Raymond to Be Honored by Parsons

ON WITH THE SHOW: The New School’s Parsons School of Design will hold its annual benefit in person and virtually. This year’s honorees will be Macy’s Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Jeff Gennette, former senior vice president of retail at Apple Inc. and former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, designers Gabriela Hearst and Kerby Jean-Raymond, multiplatinum artist Travis Scott (who is also known as Kylie Jenner’s on-again-off-again partner) and artist Carrie Mae Weems.
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Gabriela Hearst on How She’s Working to ‘Make Sustainability Sexy’

Sustainability may be many things, but Gabriela Hearst wants to add another descriptor to the list. “I think we should make sustainability sexy,” the founder of her eponymous brand and creative director of Chloé said during Fairchild Media’s recent Sustainability Forum. “People need to understand how important this is. We’re talking about a matter of survival right now.”
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John Galliano, Pat McGrath, Gabriela Hearst, and More Will Headline Vogue’s Forces of Fashion Summit

Now in its fifth year, Vogue’s annual Forces of Fashion summit will return as a virtual event on July 7 and 8, 2021. Many of the biggest names in the industry will be present alongside Vogue editors from around the world for two immersive days of panels and discussions. The latter is a new development, and will bring a global perspective to the proceedings. Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour will be joined by international editor at large Hamish Bowles, British Vogue editor in chief Edward Enninful, and Vogue China editor in chief Margaret Zhang. These editors will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the global process of creating Vogue.
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Demure and dignified: Kate Middleton dons a Catherine Walker coat and Princess Eugenie wears a £5,690 Gabriela Hearst creation as they join Princess Beatrice and Sophie Wessex in sombre black at St George's Chapel

The Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice all looked dignified today in black attire as they attended the funeral of Prince Philip. Kate Middleton sported a chic black Catherine Walker coat dress and was the picture of grace as she paired the look with The Queen's jewels. She...
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Why Gabriela Hearst modelled in her own debut Chloe show

Chloe is the Parisian fashion house known for its boho-elegant style, a look masterminded by founder Gaby Aghion, who craved clothes which felt luxurious but more laid back than the standard fare on offer in the New Look-shaped Fifties. 100 years after Aghion’s birth, her latest successor at Chloe, Gabriela Hearst, showed her debut collection.
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Gabriela Hearst Makes Her Runway Debut at Chloé’s Fall 2021 Show

Designer Gabriela Hearst unveiled her first collection for Chloé yesterday, one hundred years to the day of founder Gaby Aghion’s birth. The fall 2021 collection is inspired by the brand's continued commitment to sustainability and the greater good of society as a whole. The concept of moving forward emerges through a subtlety in design and every piece was created with purpose in mind.
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Gabriela Hearst and Chloé Go Way Back

Although Gabriela Hearst only had a few months to prepare her debut collection for Chloé, scheduled for 1:30 p.m. today during a digital Paris Fashion Week, she was hardly a stranger to the storied French house. “The first luxury bag I purchased 16 years ago was the Edith,” she said,...
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Can fashion be sustainable? Yes, says Gabriela Hearst at Chloé

Designer’s Paris fashion week line-up includes secondhand handbags and upcycled streetwear. Can a mainstream luxury fashion brand built on “it bags” and ever-changing seasonal trends operate without detriment to the environment? That was the question put to designer Gabriela Hearst, a pioneer of sustainable fashion at her eponymous New York label, after her first Paris catwalk show since being appointed designer at the historic house of Chloé.
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Gabriela Hearst Has Revived This Iconic Chloé Bag

Signature Chloé bags – including the Faye, the Drew and the Marcie – were nowhere to be seen at Gabriela Hearst’s debut fashion show for the French house. The Uruguay-born, New York-based designer put her own environmentally-conscious, craft-forward stamp on the brand’s accessories. The result is a stellar line-up of heritage-infused handbags that look both effortlessly modern and uniquely covetable.
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Chloé’s Gabriela Hearst Shares Her Fashion & Beauty Tips

Name a beauty product you love. Bob Dylan’s The Lyrics: 1961-2012 – pure poetry. I’m obsessed with The Elder Statesman, which has been up-and-coming forever. I love mixing lapis lazuli and rose gold. I’m dreaming of a summer holiday. Where should I go, lockdown permitting?. Milos in Greece. Rent an...
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Gabriela Hearst: The Earthy and the Worldly in Energetic Balance

Gabriela Hearst was talking up Hildegard of Bingen on a Zoom call. A writer, composer, philosopher, mystic, and Benedictine abbess, Hildegard was a regular Renaissance woman, except that she predated the Renaissance by about two centuries. “I’m convinced,” Hearst said, “that if she had been a man we’d know her name like we do Leonardo Da Vinci’s.” In fact, Hildegard sketched a Universal Man, not unlike Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, only hers was completed 300 years earlier. Rather belatedly Pope Benedict XVI made her a Doctor of the Church in 2012.