Adjacent to its Parisian headquarters, Chloé has unveiled a new cultural space, a five-floor home which will see a programme of exhibitions and events showcasing the company's 65-year history. The exhibits will reflect the ongoing story of who the Chloé girl is and how the house has given women the freedom to be themselves.The first temporary exhibition, 'Femininities' – which is open now – focuses on Guy Bourdin, the photographer behind the greatest number of editorials featuring Chloé clothes. Scroll through to see a preview of the imagery in the exhibition and prepare for many more unseen images and clothing from the archive if you have the chance to see the exhibition in Paris.From Harpers Bazaar UK
“One of our most popular combos, for missionaries and non-missionaries alike! Our Stripe Houston Top and Red Atlanta Skirt,” She Traveled shared on Facebook of the above outfit. In fashion, there’s something for just about everyone. She Traveled was started by three women — Stacie Proctor, Deborah Kingdon, and Mabel Alarcon — to offer modest and chic options for those practicing their religion in the field (at 19, women have the opportunity to travel abroad in pursuit of converts) and at home.