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Chloé teams up with Studio Voltaire

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Parisian fashion house Chloé has announced a new partnership with London-based art institution, Studio Voltaire.

The luxury fashion house will support the artists and designers featured in House of Voltaire, a temporary shop from Studio Voltaire, that is set to open in London this November.

Products offered in the store are said to include limited edition garments and accessories designed by Chloé's creative director Clare Waight Keller in collaboration with artists Cao Fei, Karen Kilimnik and Jenny Saville. A selection of the items will also be available online at Net-a-Porter from November onwards.

Waight Keller revealed to WWD that she had “been waiting for the right moment to get involved [with Studio Voltaire] in a meaningful way.” “Choosing female artists from around the world to participate connects the concept with the maison, as Chloé has always had a very close and emotional connection with women.”

The temporary store will also offer artworks and designs which has been crafted by other duo design teams of fashion designers and artists, including the likes of London Fashion Week designer Simone Rocha and Kim Gordon, London-based designer Roksanda Ilincic and Eva Rothschild, Sibling and Jim Lambie.

Prices for the limited edition items in the store at set to range from one pound, up to 30,000 pounds and all funds raised by the initiative will support Studio Voltaire's gallery and education program.

The House of Voltaire is set to open on Adam's Row, Mayfair and will run from November 21 until December 15.

House of Voltaire
Roksanda Ilincic
Studio Voltaire