A film by Jeff Burton for Céline.
_Celine Trapeze in burgundy Fall Winter 2011
_Celine mocha mink oversized crombie fur coat from Fall Winter 2011.
_Isabel Marant´s fathers watch.
_Yves Saint Laurent loafers Fall Winter 2001.
Self Service Magazine asked a couple of designers what they can’t live without, their everyday essentials. Camilla Nickerson, stylist listed all the things above, besides the watch -that Isabel Marant can´t live without. That was her fathers old watch and also inspired here to make a limited edition watch collection.
Whats your everyday essentials?
It is here there and everywhere. Blogged it earlier this week as well HERE
I LOVE FUR.
Every fall, especially during FASHIONWEEKS showing next SpringSummer, it is easy to get a bit confused. What to wear this season? Sexy baroque – black lace and gold, embellishments and sumpious florals (Dolce), Joyful and fun -playing with embroidery and sequins (Prada) or brocade, beadings and kimonos ala (Proenza) where it is boxy and oversized yet effortlessly sexy.-The Collections: Dolce, Prada & Proenza-
And what to look out for, spot, dream and gaze about when the SpringSummer13 collections hit the runway and kicks off New York Fashionweek this week -in the heat and hotwave of damp indian summer… No wonder it’s easy to get a bit fashionschitzo…
My take on fall will be something like a mix between Stella McCartney’s collection of colours, easy tailoring and effortless style and Celine’s (Philo’s) voluminously chic overcoats, a wider pair of ankle-cropped pants, mixed with collaged sweatshirts and turtlenecks in soft leather or pvc.
_i love my new tie-printed ones from ZARA
Just met this beautiful one @Høyer Luxury. Celine bags are for sure still HOT this season! I WANT! View more FAB Celine here
“Second chances don’t come around often, but this July Céline is reissuing six of Phoebe Philo’s best looks in a collection of boyish silhouettes — Céline Classics — that blend the designer’s minimalist aesthetic with a palette straight out of Picasso’s “The Actor.”… As with Picasso, the pieces don’t come cheap, but like the master’s, they’ll always be in style”…