The Celine Spring 2014 show featured graffiti inspired designs and a loud color palette. The collection was sprinkled with dashes of bold primary colors and scribble-inspired designs.
The T-shirts shapes and loose pleats that made up the silhouette were much more relaxed than Phoebe Philo has done for Celine in the past. Philo comments on the free nature of the show by saying, "It was inspired by lots and lots of feelings. It felt like the right time to move on. I never analyse; it just what is there inside."
However, one of the most notable features of the show was the models’ eyebrows: they were either styled thick and bold or drawn on thin and with fabulous French flair to emulate a French moustache. Overall, the collection is absurdly fun.
Graphic Graffiti-Inspired Fashion
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Light Graffiti Fashion
Monochromatic Graffiti Menswear
Unruly Graffiti Fashion
Glowing Graffiti-Inspired Editorials
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