Chloe Mendel

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Chloe Mendel
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Mendel performing with Billy Corgan and Frank Catalano Quartet at the Together and Together Again benefit show on July 27, 2022.
Background information
Birth nameChloé Mendel
Born (1992-09-10) September 10, 1992 (age 30)
InstrumentsVocals, piano
Other associated actsBilly Corgan, The Smashing Pumpkins

Chloé Mendel (born September 10, 1992) is a fashion designer, creative director, business owner, and musician. She is the partner of Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, with whom they have two children. Her and Corgan own Madame ZuZu's, a tea shop, vegan restaurant and performance space in Highland Park, Illinois.[1]

Mendel has occasionally performed live with Corgan, usually as a vocalist but she played piano on one song at Madame Zuzu's one year anniversary celebration.

On Mendel's 30th birthday, Billy Corgan made a marriage proposal to which Mendel "of course said yes."[2]

Background[edit | edit source]

Raised in New York City, Mendel is the daughter of celebrity fave-designer Gilles Mendel of J. Mendel and Jenny Mui.[3] She is the sixth generation family member of the house of Mendel.[4]

Mendel has two children with her partner Billy Corgan. She gave birth to a son named Augustus Juppiter Corgan[5] on November 16, 2015. They welcomed their second child, a daughter named Philomena Clementine Corgan,[6] on October 2, 2018.

Maison Atia[edit | edit source]

Mendel studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago working with her father before launching our own faux-fur brand[7] with Gustave Maisonrouge in 2017, called Maison Atia.[8][9] The brand gained popularity among millennials thanks to Gigi Hadid[10] and Vogue Paris named it most trendy faux-fur of the winter in 2019.[11]

In 2020, Billy Corgan wrote the jingle "Maison Atia" with Mendel serving as producer.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Barnas, Tom. "Billy Corgan's Madame ZuZu's Teahouse reborn in art deco space reminiscent of a 1930's tea salon". WGN9.
  3. Ashlock, Jesse. "From Russia With Love". The New York Times.
  7. "Chloé Mendel Introduces New Line of Faux Furs". Visual Therapy.
  8. Onoda, Masato. "Brand to Know: Coats (and Home Goods) Made Entirely of Faux Fur". The New York Times Style Magazine.
  9. Borrell-Persson, Laird. "Maison Atia Is a Kate Moss–Approved Luxury Faux-Fur Brand That Plays With the Concept of Heritage". Vogue.