PARIS — Sunday during Fashion Week in the French capital is many things, but suffice it to say Chloé dominates late afternoon. So breezy and effortlessly cool on an endlessly sunny patch of this blue earth is the Chloé Girl that nothing but a daylight showing would do Clare Waight Keller’s collection justice. This clear-eyed enthusiasm for life expressed with a Stevie Nicks lilt was made manifest Sunday afternoon on the runway at Grande Palais by none other than Ieva Palionyte, Hedvig Palm, Yana Van Ginneken, and Binx. The models rounded the enormous runway before a capacity audience to Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 classic “Dreams,” which captured succinctly the mood of the collection’s powder tones and menswear accents. Chloe Girls running the world might well be a thing of dreams, but so long as this collection sees the light of day it will no doubt inspire everyone who touches it to dream their very own Sunday afternoon dreams.

Credits include: Client, Chloé; Collection, Women’s Ready-To-Wear Fall / Winter 2015; Clothing design, Clare Waight Keller; Styling, Jane How; Hair, Eugene Souleiman; Makeup, Lucia Pieroni and the M∙A∙C Pro Team; Manicure, Odile Sibuet; Production, La Mode en Images; Live music direction, Michel Gaubert; Casting, Michelle Lee.