Fashion Tease | Celine Fall 2010 Collection

August 15, 2010

Celine's Fall 2010 collection is "Strong. Powerful. Reduced." according to the label's creative director Phoebe Philo, who has reinvented the French label by making giving women reason to spend on "want it now" classics pieces.  Sarah Mower of describes the collection as:

"The variety of Philo's outerwear was amazing—spanning a chic-casual navy hooded parka-coat hybrid, slim three-quarter jacket-coats, and a stunning cream teddy-bear shearling cape. Alongside that, a plethora of daywear options focused on separates—a refreshing breakaway from the dress obsession that has stuck fashion in a rut for too long. For evening, she sustained that sense of practical reserve in a cutaway pantsuit with a tunic fluttering beneath it, and two outfits with sculpted black paillettes. None of it was body-baring, none of it showy. Yet it still exuded the calm sense of assured sexuality that adult women have been waiting for since Helmut Lang left the runway. The fact that Philo chose to stage this show in the very venue in which he presented his final collection can't have been a coincidence. In her own feminine way, she is picking up the cause for women exactly where he left off."
Aside from the classic coats and sleek trousers from Celine this season, the colorful wedges are a must have.  I am coveting a lot of their accessories, including the totes and satchels.

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