If you previously used a social network to login to WRAL.com, click the “Forgot your password” link to reset your password. PARIS — Model and singer Pixie Geldof and Louis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquiere watched from Grand Palais’ front row Thursday morning in Paris as Chloe put on a spring manifesto in wearable chic. Chloe, a Parisian institution founded in 1952, is widely credited with inventing the very concept of ready-to-wear. And since arriving at the house in 2017, designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi has honored that formidable legacy. The talented native of France has consistently towed the line between clothes that are both sophisticated and wearable — a mix that was on display this season. Silhouettes featuring ribbon neckties, flattened torsos and widened shoulders were a contemporary nod to the house’s signature 70s style. A fluid pleated ankle length silk gown in champagne, for example, was given a beautiful tomboy twist with the weight of black buckled leather boots. Such was the legacy of Chanel’s late designer Karl Lagerfeld that he has been given several send offs since his death in February, including a performance in June with Tilda Swinton and...