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Juergen Teller campaign for Céline is already iconic

For Céline’s latest campaign the renowned photographer Juergen Teller returns to his ode to modernism bringing Phoebe Philo’s creations to the limelight.

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Maison Chloé celebrates the iconic Guy Bourdin

“We think we know who the Chloé girls are but, in fact, there’s a kind of enigmatic quality to Guy Bourdin’s work that makes you think again” explained curator Judith Clark on Maison Chloé’s-, the newly-opened space set to host a year-round programme of exhibitions and events- show “Femininities – Guy Bourdin”. Read more

Céline goes simplistic

Céline goes simplistic

Fashion-forward as ever the French fashion house of Céline enlists top models Charlee Fraser and Karly Loyce to star in the Pre-Fall 2017 ad campaign.

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Céline under the Acropolis

Anafiotika, the 19th century neighborhood on the northern slopes of the Acropolis hill, beside the entrance to the Agora are the perfect location for portraying Phoebe Philo’s ultra feminine collection. Nestled above Plaka, Anafiotika seems far removed with bougainvilleas splashing whitewashed walls and cats stalk sunny paths that are the ideal catwalk for Céline’s spring grandeur that jazzed up the label’s traditionally pared-down clothing with hits of lace and embellishment that give the fashion house’s simplicity an ultra feminine boost. Beige wide brim straw hat by Maison Michel,  beige top by Céline, printed skirt by Céline. – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki, Luisa World Kifissia. Read more

Céline goes minimal

The powerful endurance of black and white is the concept of choice for French fashion label Céline’s resort 2016 campaign.  Read more

Juergen Teller and Daria Werbowy for Céline

We have to be frank. Outspoken. We have practically lost count at the number of times Céline have booked Juergen Teller and Canadian beauty Daria Werbowy to showcase its latest creators but they are many.  Read more

Paris Fashion Week SS15/ Styleheroine on Céline

Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s Work” played on a loop on the soundtrack as Phoebe Philo’s army of style walked down the catwalk. “I couldn’t believe how vulnerable this song was. And being vulnerable is an incredibly important part of being creative” said the designer as she was pushing again the boundaries of being impacable cool. 
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