Camille Over the Rainbow

Trend report // FrayedWednesday, December 12 2012

Celine SS13 - Frayed-to-perfection

(Ph/Celine SS13 via

The Queen of put together is letting her hair down! And I’m not just talking about the new slouchier, more relaxed silhouette that Phoebe Philo sent down the runway this season (not tomention her giving shower shoes a free pass to join our polished wardrobes).

To call the new Celine womendisheveledwould be an overstatement, but Maître Philo seems to have taken a leaf out of the book written by House of Margiela all those years ago, and is giving deconstruction a go. Ok maybe not deconstruction per se, but clean cut minimalism no longer rules her runway.. Word on the street? Unfinished. Frayed-to-perfection. And we all know how I like my denim, so joining the ranks won’t be an issue. Let’s be honest though, it was never going to be. Phoebe says. I follow.

  • Levi (tlnique)

    I love celine ss13! Such an amazing collection :)

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  • Carol

    uuu this looks so amazing!! perfect collection, right?:)
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  • Laura Dittrich

    Amazing collection, but the birkenstocks were just very very very very wrong! x

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  • Lilzeon

    ha, you've done in one sketch what we were looking for :)

    thank you!!!

    • Camille

      What do you mean?

  • Soulofashopper

    Hmmmmm…don´t know if i´m convinced ..xo, Alma

  • Maria Medik

    Today on my blog a post about one of your looks!

    ♥ ZARA is the new black

  • Manon
  • Camille

    What I like most, besides the fishnet v and perfect fray, are the pockets. Who even thinks of pockets in such an elegant dress?! I sure know I didn't or would've, but now I want every freaking evening gown to come with pockets. 😉
    Pretty genius!



  • Bonnie,Clyde and Marni…..

    The dresses are to die for!!

  • Krizia

    Love it! I'm a fan!

    x Krizia

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  • Selma

    Less is more ! Love it

    XX Selma

  • TripsTreasures

    I like this " frayed" look for jeans and scarfs, but at first sight I don't really like it on dresses. It looks good on these stunning designer dresses, but if the big brands start copying this it might just look unfinished and make the clothes very fragile
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