French-born model Chloe Gosselin studied fine arts at La Cambre in Belgium before spending several years walking the runway for the world’s top designers. After returning to school to study design at New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology, she married her love of accessories and art to create her eponymous shoe line in 2014. Inspired by contemporary architecture and photography, Gosselin names her dramatic stilettos after poisonous flowers as a reminder that danger exists behind every delicate façade.
French-born Chloe Gosselin began her career as an art student, then model, before attending the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She created her eponymous shoe line in 2014, naming her dramatic styles after poisonous flowers as a reminder that danger exists behind every delicate façade.