Called Chloé Attitudes, the exhibition features 80 individual dresses, and a selection of sketches and photographs created by iconic artists including Karl Lagerfeld, Antonio Lopez, Helmut Newton and David Lynch.
Amongst the pieces on display are several renowned items including a violin dress by Lagerfeld and Stella McCartney’s racy 2001 pineapple-print bathing suit.
Clare Waight Keller, Chloe’s Creative Director, said: “I thought the exhibition needed to surprise the visitor as much as I was surprised looking at the archive.”
The exhibition, which was curated by Judith Clark, is the first dedicated entirely to Chloé in the brand’s history.
Chloé Attitudes runs at Palais de Tokyo until November 18th.