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- 26 September

Leila Slimani 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 this episode of Chloé Radio, Leila Slimani opens up to host Augustin Trapenard about reinventing herself over the years, which she credits to embracing her femininity. The prolific journalist and writer who won the Prix Goncourt in 2016 for her novel, Chanson douce, describes freedom as her greatest strength, which she expresses this through her literature but also in her daily life by resisting banality. Fascinated by fashion since she was young, Slimani charmingly recounts how she would dress up to walk Paris as though she were on a giant stage attracting everyone’s attention.

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

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