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The Look
Just weeks after it was announced that Phoebe Philo’s would take over as Celine’s new creative director, the label cemented it’s position as one to watch with a runway jammed with vibrant chiffon dresses, sharp tailoring and signature 1960s styling.

Key Pieces
A neat white skirt suit with a funnel neck had a bulbous charm, whilst a sheer yellow top contrasted with it’s corresponding leather skirt. A short sleeved tulip-shaped dress was striped with a  spectrum of blues.

Black, white and shades of grey were predominant, with canary yellow, cobalt blue and teal adding zest.

From hard to soft: leather, twill and silk Mikado contrasted with fluttering chiffon and sheer organza

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