Sarah Mower is an award-winning fashion journalist based in London. Marc Ascoli is the legendary art director responsible for the image branding of Jil Sander, Yohji Yamamoto, and Chloe, among others.
"Clear your coffee tables: Chloe celebrates 60 years with Chloe:
Attitudes. The tome includes a stunning array of images.
Archive photographs from the first Chloe runway show,
advertisements, and sketches...you are sure to spend hours pouring
over this gorgeous book." Marie Claire
"Chloe explores the various eras of the house and its designers, with text by Vogue's Sarah Mower...and archival photographs, and more." Vogue
"Revisit Gaby Aghion's luxe ready-to-wear and Phoebe Philo's sleek redefinition of the brand..." C Magazine "Defying expectation, this book should be required reading for the novitiate as well as the jaded. Ms. Mower tells the story of how a brand was developed from square one by one very determined, bright, insightful, and talented woman...Gaby Aghion. Chloe Attitudes is as much about the company as it is about the era in which it all happened. These were the absolute glory days of fashion when the apex of fashion was Paris. Chloe Attitudes provides the reader with abbreviated text that is wonderfully and colorfully written to speak to the times as well as to fashion itself. Chloe Attitudes is a must read...not only will you be entertained but you will be informed and educated." New York Journal of Books
"Don't miss this fashion book." W Magazine "Chloe: Attitudes is full of images and artifacts...showcasing works..that capture the brand's irrepressible spirit." Nylon Magazine "Although quite a young house...Chloe's history and impact on the fashion world is a rich one. Mower chronicles Chloe's history by designer, revealing incredible facts about their design process, personal nuances and glimpses of what makes them such poignant and influential figures--both at Chloe and elsewhere in the industry. But it is perhaps the photographs that make the most impact in Chloe: Attitudes...such a choreographed collection of images allow the reader an insider's glimpse into the world of Chloe." DuJour.com