PFW: Celine Autumn/Winter 2010


This was grown up minimalism at its best - something which Phoebe Philo always manages to make her own. She certainly puts her own stamp on minimalism, turning it into something desirable to the average woman. She makes each collection crisp, powerful and not too “try hard” - so it appeals to any woman who wants to look simple, chic but still fashionable.

This collection was no different from last seasons triumphant collection, featuring similar minimalist, pretty pieces. Whites were added to the brown and black colour palette to force some light into the otherwise dark palette. The cuts had Philo’s signature all over them - perfect flawless tailoring with minimal pattern - just a good design job.

My pick of this collection would probably some of the tailored jackets - there was one particular wool jacket with beautiful lapels.
This was another success story for Philo, and women everywhere are going to be clambering to get their hands on a piece of this when it hits the stores. Thanks to her ability to make instant classics, they’re seemingly recession proof too.




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