Topshop heiress Chloe Green loves to dress “rock ‘n’ roll”.
The 23-year-old beauty is the daughter of Sir Philip Green, CEO of retail giant Arcadia Group, which owns the high-street store.
She also has her own accessories line called Chloe Jade Green, featuring items such as boots, clutch bags and heels.
Splitting her time between the UK and Los Angeles, Chloe has managed to experiment more with her style.
“I love my knee-high biker boot, which can be worn into spring with a little shorts, though now I’d wear it with jeans and layer it with a moto jacket – a little bit rock ‘n’ roll,” she told teenvogue.com.
She also continued to talk about how her designs have changed over the years. Chloe’s latest footwear line marks her fourth range.
“Now the shoes have more detail to them,” she explained. “I think it’s about learning who your market is. I started by asking, ‘What shoes do I want to wear that I can’t find?’”
While her dad steers clear of the creative side, Chloe does ask her parent about how to market her items. He passed on an important message to her.
“My dad’s not so much involved in my design process, but I show him the line when I’m done and get his opinion on it. I like to see what he thinks will be the bestseller,” she added. “He asked me, ‘When you wake up in the morning, do you live and breathe shoes?’ If not, the industry isn’t for you.”
Chloe’s new collection is available now.
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