- 21 September

Clémence Poésy appears on Chloé Radio

The podcast series features women who embody Chloé’s natural, free-spirited femininity.

“To all women, I always say, you must dare.” — Gaby Aghion, founder of Chloé, in 1952.
The Chloé Radio podcast evokes these words by inviting women who inspire Chloé to share their views, whether personal insights or towards the wider world.

In the debut episode of Chloé Radio, Clémence Poésy and host Augustin Trapenard cover a range of topics, including female role models, the importance of telling stories, and whether aspirations evolve with age. The French actress, who has appeared as the face of two Chloé fragrances and recently directed her first short film that showed at Cannes, also relates her experiences of finding freedom in the public eye, and how she uses clothing to both embody a character and then shift back to real life. When Trapenard asks for her about elegance, she replies with natural grace: “I think elegance is when someone has found what represents them, what they are, the light they can have outside.”

Gaby Aghion founded Chloé,to give women freedom to dare to be themselves.

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