Hedi Slimane's Celine will forever be known for its slouchy, versatile, vintage-inspired pieces designed to be timeless in nature. Styled by Charlotte Agnew and lensed by Jack Grayson, it is a moment of stillness amongst the chaos, a stripped-back assortment of garments crafted with versatility and a typically understated French mood.
Slimane has an inherent ability to pair something that is at once both vintage looking and refined with something casual – tailored blazers with jeans, herringbone coats with baseball caps. This echoes through Celine collections, with many garments transcending trends and seasons, pieces conceived as timeless works to be worn in multiple settings, with multiple complementary garments.
Left: CELINE jacket and shoes. Right: CELINE top, bodysuit and shoes.
Left: CELINE coat, top, jeans and shoes. Right: CELINE top, jeans and shoes.
The Celine collection is imagined in our centennial issue in a stripped setting; the clothes are the focus, they are the story to be told. A book the only accessory needed for a Celine woman seeking solace from the day. A 90s influence is seen through the washed denim, muted plaids and grey hooded jumpers; a theme carried through the collection itself. It is a moment of tranquility between the chaos of the day to day, a seamless uniform to be worn that is both practical and effortlessly finished. The Celine woman values practicality and functionality, but never compromising on her imitable style. At home or not, a sequinned blazer or slinky black slip dress are never out of place.
Left: CELINE shirt, jeans and shoes. Right: CELINE jacket, jumper, jeans and shoes.
Left: CELINE tops, pants and shoes. Right: CELINE dress.
CELINE jacket and dress (worn as skirt).