Celine Takes a New Route: Paris Fashion Week

The world has always loved and followed Celine Creative Director Phoebe Philo with her abstract prints, sportswear, and grunge styles. Now after seeing her collection at Paris Fashion Week, it is clear Celine is going into a more feminine and romantic look for Spring/Summer.

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Philo presented us with a garden-like setting for her show to display the many  feminine pieces in the collection. The collection gives you a gentle feel with a little bit of edge, because even though Celine is going a different direction, you can still spot her trends. The texture in the pieces are what made the collection more eye-catching.

The first few looks presented were white buttons on sharply tailored black coats, some running up further on one side than the other, followed by blouses with buttons in a triangular shape, the top one placed squarely in the center of the bust. The asymmetry of the buttons was echoed in the large feathered earrings, worn only on one ear, and lush fur shawls, carried on only one arm.

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I love how Philo went with a tailored look as well. The trench in the second photo above is to die for. Absolutely stunning and looks fab with the ‘ugly’ shoes.

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Beautiful coat and a unique style for the button layout.

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Layers, Layers, and more Layers. I love how Philo paired this long length poncho with a flannel.


Ty Coleman

Ty Coleman is the Jr Fashion Editor for Kontrol Magazine. She is a senior attending Clark Atlanta University In Atlanta, Georgia where she is studying to obtain her Bachelor Arts degree in Public Relations Management. Ty plans to be in the fashion industry as a Public Relations Specialist,Writer, and Stylist. Miss Coleman is originally from Los Angeles, California where she claims she received her source of inspiration to be in the fashion industry. Ty's love, passion, and desire to be a successful woman in the fashion industry only makes her journey even more exciting. " I accept the mistakes I both will and have encountered, because it has proved I have the ambition to grow and excel. and have absolutely no desire to fail." - Ty Coleman