“Somewhere beyond the thickets and forests of themes, inspirations, narratives, and performance pressures that so many designers get caught up in, there exists another plane populated by the very few, rare individuals who only care about building a wardrobe for women. Phoebe Philo is the first amongst those, the wardrobe mistress-in-chief to the swaths of devotees who formed an elegant, cream blouse and black trousered mob outside the Céline show in Paris on Sunday. “, started Sarah Mower, from Vogue, her great fashion report from Paris Fashion Week.
Celine presented interesting military- inspired collection, with a lot of volume, looser pants and pleated shirts.
We like Mower’s text and Celine’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection, so we share some pics and the link with you.