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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Oct 26, 2020.
Why Monaco if it was to show the collection in a stadium ?? Some looks are straight copies of Kaia gerber's off duty looks. Very millenial (whatever that means). Forgettable, very forgettable.
chelsea boots.. hah!
just when I thought my day couldn’t get worse.
I didn’t know that Kaia Gerber wardrobe was worthy of a fashion show.
Good luck reaching the trillion dollars with this piece of garbage.
Wow I HATE those accessories so much. Clothes are fine - it'll do well in east asia I guess.
I guess his Celine is only relevant to Lisa stans now lol.
Will you hate me if I say that I liked this?
You don´t have to travel to a random stadium in Monaco to present the leftovers from any fast-fashion brand making inventory clearance, post covid19 quarantine phase.
Hedi should be burned at the stake!
No because I like it too haha. It is just the type of collection where nothing much to say or I will remember in few months. It is very clear what he tries to do lately. I prefer his proposition on youth over the Raf's one because it is really easy to visualise yourself with these looks. I am sure some people could easily buy the total looks as they are really "ready-to-serve".
At this point, I guess Hedi wants Celine to be the go-to for any rich people in need of basics. It works at Dior so why not.
so they went all the way to Monaco to show this H&M worthy collection. A lookbook would have sufficed...
It tells me nothing tbh, perfect clothes for rich kids for when they finally return to campus. If we're gonna compare it with Raf, I wouldn't feel ridiculous in this runway looks, that's something I guess.
There are nice separates. I loved the tailored blazers, blouses, and some of the dresses. What gets me is the styling. Could you imagine how ridiculous you would look if you stepped out wearing a camo baseball cap, flannel jacket, a bedazzled maxi dress, and CHELSEA BOOTS!?! Really, I don’t care how beautiful one is, no one could pull that of. Personally I love Hedi’s work, I always have. But wow, whoever styled this collection needs to rethink their approach.
it’s Celine for Tik Tok.
I knew Hedi would never be the old Celine which is perfectly fine I guess. his tenure at Saint Laurent made sense because it was all very obvious but also creative and it did feel very personal (to his personal friend, his work as a photographer etc).
when he started with Celine his first two collections were a surprise (second one a little weaker) but there was also a sense of cohesion, like he was heading somewhere, either we liked it or not.
but now... what the f*ck is this?! I mean I’m sure there are cool pieces but... UGH
Idk, could've used more logos.
I'm really into his take on the classic Chanel tweed jacket he's been doing lately; actually I'd happily wear the ones made in plain twill wool
Compared with Vaccarello's work at Saint Laurent, Hedi just failed to reinvent himself at Celine. As long as Saint Laurent the brand continue to elevate the aesthetic/one chapter taken by Hedi from Yves, I don't think Hedi could redeem himself in the future since his vocabulary is so limited. Isn't it ridiculous that your past is like a ghost haunting you for the rest of your life.
Kpop fans have invaded the YouTube comments for this collection.
You can tell how desperate he's becoming, I mean the fact that he also featured Kaia was telling.
Zara must be having a field day wth this collection.
There’s so many logos! It’s nuts!
Man, what a piece of sh*t collection. It’s like His work at Celine is ruining his reputation.
Hedi styled this, thus, he needs to rethink his approach. Celine has such a weird identity clash right now between the Parisian bourgeois look and this Urban Outfitters look.
He pulled this off better with the Saint Laurent "Surf Sound" collection (though those were different times). The Tik Tok/Kaia Gerber influence is too apparent to the point of it being a caricature to any audience that sees it. The kids won't like this and it won't sell well. Gen Z'ers pride themselves on not relying on expensive clothing to pull off that certain look; "style" Tik Toks glorify thrifted outfits. In a sense, that doesn't make Hedi too different from those Tik Tokers considering he has put thrifted clothes on the runway. In addition, Celine doesn't have the hype to rely on selling logo pieces. Why spend money on a Celine logo sweats/cap/baguette bag when one can get the same from YSL/Fendi/etc and more people will recognize it.
I really want to root for Hedi because he was important to my early teen years when he was at Saint Laurent. But I've outgrown his cult following and I think many others have too. Oh well.