A tour in Eiffel fashion.
Text: Despina Ignatoglou
It’s Phoebe’s Philo o’clock and you can ”Take a walk on the wild side at Celine”. And it happened. A modern, feminine point of view was completed with utterly perfect looks..We saw slits on jackets and skirts, parallel knitted pants and pure colours.Volume again, leopard wonder, oversized silhouettes, checks and brogues are a pure bliss.The show screamed elegance, long and lean.The house at its much expected perfection.
You will want it all!
The house of Stockholm transferred into Paris the feeling of being at the beach or something close to that. The founder, Jonny Johansson, was inspired by the sea in this collection and the catwalk had a deco-detail of this. The pure colour palette and the movemet of water interpreted in geometrical prints on urban sherpa’s and sweater dresses, were only some of the show’s most memorable moments.
Highlights: those large scculpted beanies, the metal disc necklaces,the oversized anorak in print that mixed olive green, navy, white and sky blue and the clown-like oxfords in many colours.
David Lynch worked with design duo Humberto Leon and Carol Lim on a bold and mystery runway show of statemant prints and exciting colours. They focused on keenly colours as orange (Olivier Rousteing from Balmain said that ‘Orange is the new Black’), lime yellow and red. And since we’ re talking about Kenzo, the strongly prints couldn’t be missing from the show, as a part of the collection. Floral, leaves and ‘hypnotising’ stripes.
photos by Lea Colombo www.dazeddigital.com