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Chloe Trujillo adds French flair to Rock & Roll
By Edward Quan
Aug 27, 2014 - 7:40:39 AM

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What happens when French fashion designer Chloe Trujillo takes on the influences of rock and roll? It results in an exquisite collection of fine French silk scarves with strong metaphors such as human skulls and mystic imagery.

ChloeTrujillo scarves fashion show was the highlight of a new Canadian news and lifestyle magazine Metro-Living-Zine launch party recently held at Five Sixty produced by Luvngrace.

Born of parents who were fashion designers, Chloe Trujillo today is an accomplish artist, fashion designer and performer who is married to legendary Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo.

You can see from her vibrant collection that she does have an obsession with images of skulls, for they are her inspiration as an artist. There is also a touch of Aztec in some. Her scarves were colourful and worn like dresses, tops or worn in traditionally over the shoulders.

In sharp contract with European designer scarfs by Gucci and Hermes, it’s all about making a strong rock and roll statement.

Her piece called "America Blue"

Available in a range of sizes, the quality of the silk and workmanship appears to be of high quality. She also featured matching handbags and I’m told jewelry will be available soon.

As this was her first runway show in Canada, I’m sure we are going to see more of her Rock and Roll inspired accessories.

Based in Los Angeles, Chloe Trujillo collection is available online at chloetrujillo.com.

About the Author: Experienced luxury fashion buyer Edward Quan has worked with the most prestigious designer brands across Europe and America and shares his inspiration for effortless style on his website, StyleDrama.com. He has a passionate, yet intelligent way of describing his subject and has a keen eye for detail. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.


Aztec influence

L.A. designer Chloe Trujillo in two of her pieces. "My passions are Art-Music-Spirit and my Love for my family. I try to live everyday in my truth and love each opportunity I get to share, inspire, send love and universal magic," said Trujillo on her website. (Photo: Dan Poh)

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