Céline F/W 14 / Apologies, I'm finally catching up on fashio month! This collection reminded me of the collection Phoebe Philo first showed when she began at Céline again a few years ago. The chunky shoes, textures, and silhouettes are all signature Phillo.
As NYFW nears its end, Proenza Schouler are still the golden pair, producing one of the most sleek and wearable collections of the season, though it may just be starting out. The silhouettes were extremely similar to last season's and last fall's, but nevertheless, these have become the classic PS shapes, and they're here to stay. Proenza Schouler have been around for a while now, they've truly made their name in the fashion world and have become New York's finest and extremely sought after, and are on the same level with the city's best desingers like Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui.
Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier made their debut yesterday at Marc by Marc Jacobs, and have completely revamped the line. Their collection for the newly rebranded MBMJ was equal parts fit for a military officer, Grimes, or ninjas. All in all, the clothes were interesting, directional, and had serious presence. The young spirit of MBMJ is still there, what else would you expect from such fun designers though? I'm looking forward to what Luella and Katie do in the future.