"She's wilder and more mysterious. She has an urban mystery," designer Clare Waight Keller said of the Fall/Winter 2014 Chloé girl. There were still many of the brand's staples, however, including light fabrics, pastel hues, soft silhouettes. Yet, certain pieces did deliver that "wild side," including a multi-colored leopard sweatshirt, a playful art-deco-esque button-down, and a leopard fur coats that featured subtle black, red, yellow, and orange stripes. Every variety of piece held its own, from the strong, structured outerwear to the soft and flowing frocks that featured slight embellishments—like the long-sleeved, navy blue number with gold, circular adornments on Elisabeth Erm, or the version in black worn by Lena Hardt. The knitwear was strong as well, from a white, feathery sweater to a slouchy ribbed sweatshirt paired with a silk skirt and tannish-green booties. The fabrics were luxurious, a mix of silk, fur, and chiffon, and the colors were, for the most part, soft hues of lavender, pink, and cream. Each aspect of the collection was feminine and wearable with the right element of surprise that keeps the Chloé customer coming back for more.