It's that time again, fashion week - And although I was planning on posting highlights of NYFW, LFW, MFW & PFW all in one mammoth trend report, I had to stop and post my review on Céline A/W 2014/15 show which took place in Paris today (and the fact that I am slightly obsessed with Philo's vision).
Continuing down the route of femininity, which we saw in the Spring/Summer 14 collection, Phoebe Philo showcased a combination of knee-length flowing skirts (which revealed a contrasting colour when flapping down the runway), gingham, ribbed knit fitted dresses, dispersed embellishment, sheer details and even a 70s revival of matching knitted tunics over flared trousers.
Oversized coats were present - large lapels, buttons slightly askew, full skirted, slouched shoulders, tied belts and plenty of textures (including frayed seams and ostrich feathers) and a palette that you would expect from Céline. Mink, mushroom, mud, ivory, toffee, navy, black and even a mustard hand-muff replaced a bag on the arm of a model.
Footwear was on point. DMs inspired boots with contrasting stitching and a front zip (Ease is always important) and patent open-toe wedges - And if that's not enough, there was even a matching classic box bag!
Once again, Pheobe Philo has managed to create a collection that is unpredictable yet works so well.
What did you think of the Céline A/W 2014/15 collection?