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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by honeycombchild, Mar 7, 2010.
I think I'm liking this.. Celine's always been about wearability anyway.. And can everyday clothes get more lovely as these?
Huh? I read on twitter Ferris Bueller was in the inspiration notes, but as I don't see any leopard spot vests, I'm out again.
^ There was a sketchbook/scrapbook of inspiration that each attendee of the show got, which had some images of Ferris Bueller in there. But it also had images of dogs and all sorts.
Her transition into Celine has been so smooth that it looks like she never left the fashion stage. This is perfect
really really good
These are two of the images from the Scrapbook of Phoebe's inspiration:
while i really like some of this im still kind of let down , i wanted more color and better pants
some good things ! great coats !
Some of the coats are gorgeous. This remind me alot what Michael Kors did. I agree her coming back to fashion was smooth sailing! True talent!
I love the shoes. they are so simple and elegant.
So as I was scrolling through the full collection, my face migrated closer and closer to the screen. By the end my nose was only about two inches from those fantastic bags. This doesn't have the graphic punch of last season, but it definitely reinforces minimal sportswear as the next big thing. It may be like Michael Kors' work at the house, but I think it was Tom Ford who said something like "The right thing at the right time is the right thing" and it completely applies here. What better time to pare down than (hopefully) towards the end of an economic crisis? Make a clean break from the past, and a bold step towards the future.
The riding boots, the incredibly subtle color palette, perfect styling (who is the stylist, by the way?) everything is just immaculate. These clothes are resolutely simple, and almost rebelliously plain. Yes, this pieces are luxurious, probably using the best materials and the finest sewing, but more than that: they are clothes for the everywoman. As much as I love what Ghesquière's doing at Balenciaga and Miuccia's doing at Prada, their look is getting old. I predict that next season all of the houses will go back to revisit their signature looks in the early 2000's. Right now, nothing this plain has ever felt this directional.