Tuesday, October 1, 2013

FASHION | PFW S/S 2014 : CELINE


Celine’s Phoebe Philo created a powerful and energetic collection for Spring 2014. From the broad sweeping colorful brushstrokes that referenced Brassai’s Graffiti to whisper-weight sheer pleated skirts worn under oversized T-shaped tunics, the energy was electrifying. - [StyleSight]

The color palette had that late-eighties feel of something primary, urgent, graphic. Giant strokes and squiggles dominated in tailored T-shirt shapes over striped sunray pleats. At first, the Céline woman was like a Tony Viramontes illustration sprung to life. But what gave the clothes a real third dimension was the fabric experimentation; here, woven jacquards and knits dominated over prints and were beautifully done. The Céline woman became more intriguing, though, in her embrace of a certain ragga style in the elongated string vest looks, especially when these were layered with a yellow jumper tied around the waist just so. - [Style.com]


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