Chloe Caillet has become synonymous with the sound behind the biggest fashion events in the industry.
Apart from her musical inclinations, Caillet has also joined the army of artists speaking out on the environmental crisis by working closely with Project Zero. The charity aims to raise global awareness, ignite behaviour change and create new revenue necessary to complete the ocean’s most pressing protection projects. Caillet has also DJed a plethora of events for Gurls Talk, a platform created by Adwoa Aboah for young women to discuss and raise awareness on sexuality and mental health.
The multi-faceted DJ is currently on the cusp of breaking into her own. After starting DJ/Producer duo PVBLIC XCESS alongside Josh Ludlow, the two are about to embark on their first Ibiza residency at Dixon’s new party: Transmoderna. Caillet will also be doing solo dates at Ushuaïa with Nic Fanculli for his party Dance or Die. The island is eponymous for moulding artists into soon to be household names, so clearly, 2019 is proving itself to be a big year for Caillet. We sit down with the versatile musician as she opens up about her early days as an artist, the difficulties of becoming a female DJ in a male-dominated industry and why we need to advocate for more women on festival line-ups.