Creative Director Hedi Slimane designs a collection that’s a far cry from his debut line for the French fashion house, this time sensible tweeds and pleated skirts rule.
As Celine took to the runway for Paris Fashion Week 2019, the fashion crowd was full of anticipation over what the new Creative Director would do next.
As controversial designer Hedi Slimane moved from Saint Laurent to take over from Phoebe Philo, the consensus of his first collection was that it echoed his previous work as a very contrasting brand. But it seems for Autumn/Winter 2019, he’s changed direction to take Celine back to its core.
The Ready-To-Wear collection featured cosy ponchos and tweed skirts, culottes and jackets for a very classic, traditional and most importantly wearable feel. Check dresses and jackets were chic and attainable.
Accesories came in the form on tan, aubergine and black leather boots finihsed over the knee with a shearling finish.