Whether you’re looking to run away for a weekend, or escape reality for a couple of weeks, or a whole month, our global team of travel designers will fulfill your wanderlust—and your lust for luxe.
Via a thoughtfully curated network of global partners, we’re able to create travel experiences that pair a client’s desired destination with unique lifestyle opportunities celebrating art, fashion, gastronomy, interior design, wellness, and wine & spirits. Many of our itineraries include a soft adventure activity or put clients in the spectator seat of their favorite sport—sometimes next to their favorite athlete.
From departure to arrival, your tailored experience will reflect the rich culture and unique flavor of your chosen location as well as your wishes expressed in more than just an itinerary. No matter what dream leads to your experience and no matter the length of time to its conclusion, we take special care to make it happen for you. Multilingual guides, should you require or request one, are at your disposal.
Throughout the site, you will find examples of past itineraries enjoyed by our clients, along with plenty of inspiration for designing your own very special travel experience.
We invite you to peruse our client testimonials for a deeper look into the level of service that we provide when planning your ideal getaway and to call or email us at [email protected] with any questions you might have about our destinations and process. Our far-reaching network of travel experts combined with uncompromising standards of customer service, means you can enjoy stress-free planning every step of the way.
We guarantee that each experience you choose will be transformational. Please visit our social media pages to stay up-to-date on all our offerings, including events and featured excursions.
A well-heeled traveler from a young age, Johnston was first introduced to Paris—the city in which Chloe Johnston Experiences first launched—by her mother when she was just 12 years old. Paris, and its incredible food and fashions, were love at first sight. During subsequent trips with her mother, an avid art, history, wine and vintage fashion aficionado, Johnston developed a penchant for European clothing along with a knack for unearthing hidden boutiques and artisans. Upon graduating from the Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont, PA, Johnston went on to pursue a BA in Sociology from the University of Virginia and an MBA in Fashion Entrepreneurship from LIM College in New York City. The latter, combined with additional visits to Paris and other European cities, became the inspiration for her namesake brand.
Co-Founder and Mentor
Chloe Johnston’s mother, Mary Anne, co-founded the company with Chloe and serves as a mentor to her daughter. Mary Anne’s European heritage sparked her interest in fashion, travel, and foreign cultures. After visiting Paris with Chloe and the rest of their family many years ago, her love for the city was ignited and only grew after purchasing an apartment in the heart of the 7th arrondissement. Fluent in French culture, the Philadelphia-based entrepreneur works closely with Chloe to share her passion with clients.
paris liaison & guide
After graduating from Missouri State University, Erin began her extensive career in fashion, which eventually led her to the City of Light. She started out as an intern at Glamour magazine, then moved on to become an accessories designer at Daniel Friedman and later, a fashion trend forecaster at Cotton, Inc. Upon moving to France she launched the Louver Studio in Paris, which directs trend projects and research.
NYC Liaison & Guide
Born abroad and traveling ever since, Symone was accustomed to delving head first into new cultures and cities prior to settling in New York. She loves the opportunity to perfect a client’s exclusive experience, welcoming new challenges to make any request a reality. Fluent in all things unique and classic, you can find Symone either geeking out over a recent vintage find or absolutely glowing while in a new restaurant, glass in hand.
A former CJE intern turned staffer, Casey puts her own touch on our promotional graphics, videos and social media images. She also handles our fashion photo shoots. We’re thrilled to have her and think you’re going to love her visual storytelling. More to come, but here is her website for the time being.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Ellie has always been an avid shopper. However, moving to Paris six years ago has truly allowed her to become immersed in fashion. Ellie joined the Chloe Johnston team in 2012 and enjoys getting to meet new people and introducing them to some of the best shops in Paris.
Meet the Experts
Our international panel of experts are carefully selected based on their insider knowledge, extraordinary talent and ability to make each experience unique. We are delighted to introduce you to a few of them.
Interested in becoming a Chloe Johnston Experiences expert? Introduce yourself to us and tell us why you would be the perfect addition to our team.
MARC & LYSSA
Private chef, fashion & design expert
Originally a dancer, Marc hung up his dance shoes in 1982 to work in a kitchen in England, & took over the restaurant just 2 weeks later. Since then, Marc has been a private chef in the Caribbean, was head chef at a popular restaurant in Paris, & caters fashion shows for houses like Raf Simmons & other events.
A veteran of the fashion industry, Lyssa has been the European editor of American Vogue, the European Design Director at Ralph Lauren, & VP/European Director for Barney’s New York. With more than 20 years’ experience, Lyssa is now a freelance fashion, home furnishing, interiors, and antiques consultant, as well as a food stylist for partner Marc.
Nathalie has always been surrounded by fashion. After academic studies ( ESMOD + IFM), the native Parisian decided to follow the family tradition and worked in fashion, after an internship at Yves Saint Laurent. She started her career as a designer in a luxury ready-to-wear company in Paris where she developed her own label. With her collections sold worldwide, Nathalie has been committed to the excellence of the Made in France Label, with French suppliers and dressmakers.
Thanks to this expertise and exceptional knowledge of the global scene, she was invited to present conferences on fashion and trends in foreign countries and in Paris. Her label is distributed in international luxury boutiques and shops. She created a course about Fashion Culture in a business school for MBA programs and is also a teacher at ISTITUTO MARANGONI PARIS.
Situated in the 11th arrondissement in Paris, Eva is our vintage guru, and our number one luxury stylist.
It has been nearly two years since she worked in the l’Ecole Supérieure of Makeovers as a contributor on all things fashion (vintage, history of 20th-century fashion, and trends).
She interned to become an advisor and to adequately meet the demands of her clients. Eva has years upon years of unimaginable
(until you listen, of course) depths of history on fashion, vintage, the luxury lifestyle, and apparel assembly.
Recently, Eva has upped her knowledge and supply of haute couture inventory in her shop; something we are more than grateful for!ts trend projects and research.
A veteran of the fashion industry, Eric was the Artistic Director for Maison Lemarié, developing feather and flower embellishments for haute couture houses around the globe for more than 10 years. More recently, Eric opened a design studio in Paris, where he creates his own collections as well as custom pieces for clients. While his studio remains his current focus, he continues to collaborate with well-known designers and fashion houses. His innovative approach to interior design has also opened up a number of creative opportunities.
After working for luxury brands such as Hermès, Lancel, and Delvaux, industry veteran Catherine decided to launch her own retail location, which features beautifully handcrafted bags. Prior to the founding of Chloe Johnston, our team frequently visited Catherine’s Parisian shop. After making many of our own purchases, family and friends began asking us where they could buy these bags without having to travel to France. This curiosity and desire for Catherine’s unique bags was the catalyst that led to our strong relationship with her.
Nathalie is a French citizen. She is a truly Parisian Fashion enthusiast and shopping fan. She dedicated over 20 years of her career to fashion. She has worked for Valentino, Galeries Lafayette, Christian Lacroix, Louis Vuitton and the Louis Vuitton Foundation. She speaks English and Italian fluently. She moved to Italy, in Milan, two years ago and started to look for the city’s hidden jewels for her visiting friends. She can take you to exquisite Italian restaurants, art galleries, shops you can’t find elsewhere,vineyards or cities around Milan, just ask her!
GLOBAL MARKET KNOWLEDGE
I’ve leveraged 12 years of experience trend forecasting for multi-billion dollar brands to help translate global trends into successful product lines. I’ve created a vast global network through travel to 100+ countries that allows me to approach sourcing and design problems with a unique eye and innovative spirit.
I believe in the power of ethical sourcing and sustainable employment. I’ve dedicated the past five years to philanthropic work, international development in Africa, Asia, and the Americas, and working with global fashion brands to invent a new, morally sound supply chain.
Clio has undertaken studies of Literature, Communication, Anthropology of Food and Photography between Tuscany, Rome, and London. She grew up traveling and is passionate about cooking, wine, literature, art, and nature. She is always on the road between Italy and abroad for both work and pleasure, first as a travel photographer and today as travel editor for a weekly magazine.
After a period in corporate events, she is currently focusing on tourism and collaborates with luxury travel, destination, and management specialists to Italy, developing memorable experiences for tourists around the Boot. She loves sparkling wine, orange blossoms and the coastal roads of Italy that plunge into the blue of the Mediterranean.
Amidst all our conversation about luxury travel and elite lifestyle experiences, there is one talking point we never ignore and that is gratitude. Gratitude for all of the opportunities that have presented and that we have been in a position to receive. As you’d imagine, this includes the ability to travel and experience all the world has to offer. Underneath all of us lies deep appreciation for our good fortune and for having the ability to bring joy and lasting memories into our clients’ lives. It is a privilege to share our experiences with you.
Equally important, is the way in which we pay this good fortune forward to others who may not yet have these opportunities.
There are many ways to be philanthropic: giving of your time, sharing resources and sometimes just spreading the word. We believe in all of these and are passionate about our philanthropic partners:
Devereux Pennsylvania – Since 1912, thanks to the pioneering vision and determination of founder, Helena Devereux, Devereux Pennsylvania has been an innovative leader in helping children and adults with intellectual, behavioral and emotional challenges accomplish their dreams by discovering their strengths and realizing personal fulfillment.
The Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the National MS Society – Founded in 1946, the National MS Society is the only volunteer-led health organization dedicated to prevention, treatment, alleviation and cure of multiple sclerosis and the only volunteer-led MS organization that meets the standards of all major agencies that rate nonprofit groups. The Greater Delaware Valley Chapter was established in 1954 by noted Philadelphian Thacher Longstreth and is one of the largest of the Society’s chapters.
WOMEN’S WAY – For 35 years, WOMEN’S WAY has courageously taken positions on cutting-edge issues relating to women and girls. Their work has been uniquely strategic and effective—engaging and convening people from all walks of life to create a truly collective and powerful voice for women.WOMEN’S WAY is in a unique position to tackle the region’s most pressing problems by leveraging grant making, public education, and advocacy initiatives to respond directly to community needs. Each year, WOMEN’S WAY supports vital agencies through strategic grant making while also advocating for policies that positively impact the lives of more than 200,000 women and their families. In addition, they conduct public education campaigns to promote better understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing women and their families.
Bringing Hope Home is a nonprofit organization that provides unexpected amazingness to local families with cancer through financial and emotional support. Through our Light of Hope Family Grant Program, we offer a one-time grant to pay essential household bills for families with cancer in the Greater Philadelphia Area.
Wings for Success empowers women-in-need to pursue employment and economic security through apparel, advice, and advocacy. By helping women access free, work-appropriate clothing and offering support and confidence-building, we help our clients make the best impression at interviews and new jobs. Ultimately, our goal is to help women gain financial stability and self-sufficiency for themselves and their families.
GLAAD rewrites the script for LGBT acceptance. As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change. GLAAD protects all that has been accomplished and creates a world where everyone can live the life they love.