The boston Bags: CELINE

PHOEBE PHILO'S  long awaited runway collection is here! 
The designer who turn Chloé to fashionista gold mine is now 
the new designer for CELINE how about the accessories? Some like it, 
some find it too plain and bland. But for me, I adore it. Understated luxury
in its purest form. No fancy logos, only small gold stamped branding 
that discreetly whispered Céline. I especially love the bags with
the 'swirling' panelling design. At first glance, they look simple, 
but the use of different textures of materials with highly tasteful colour 
combinations make the totes a beauty to behold. The boston bags of python
leather and colour blocking are also a star of their own. 
Other canvas bags in white and navy leather makes for a handsome
travel companion. Because the aesthetics of the bags are so understated 
and neutral, they can easily pass of as men's bags, 
which has an interesting masculine feminine appeal.

Top Trend Verdict: CAMEL

“It’s the perfect neutral,” says Vogue Associate Accessories Editor  
Serena Nikkhah. “You can wear camel pieces any time of year.”
Very true: We saw it on the spring 2010 runways (see Céline) and everywhere
during the fall collections, from Chloé to Phillip Lim to Stella McCartney. 
“It works in summer with a bare leg and a sandal and in winter with tights and a coat,”
Nikkhah continues. “And it’s not just a boring officewear staple anymore.”
Fashion Assistant Esther Adams agrees. “It used to remind me of ladies who lunch. 
I like the newer versions,” she says. “They’re more graphicand have a younger vibe.
But they still look expensive—everything does in camel.” Says Associate Fashion 
Editor Jessica Sailer, “It always reminds me of an equestrian look, which
I like to incorporate into my wardrobe.” Clearly, there are many reasons
to love camel—and many ways to get the look now. Our editors choose their favorites.
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PHOEBE PHILO'S  long awaited runway collection is here! 
The designer who turn Chloé to fashionista gold mine is now 
the new designer for CELINE how about the accessories? Some like it, 
some find it too plain and bland. But for me, I adore it. Understated luxury
in its purest form. No fancy logos, only small gold stamped branding 
that discreetly whispered Céline. I especially love the bags with
the 'swirling' panelling design. At first glance, they look simple, 
but the use of different textures of materials with highly tasteful colour 
combinations make the totes a beauty to behold. The boston bags of python
leather and colour blocking are also a star of their own. 
Other canvas bags in white and navy leather makes for a handsome
travel companion. Because the aesthetics of the bags are so understated 
and neutral, they can easily pass of as men's bags, 
which has an interesting masculine feminine appeal.

“It’s the perfect neutral,” says Vogue Associate Accessories Editor  
Serena Nikkhah. “You can wear camel pieces any time of year.”
Very true: We saw it on the spring 2010 runways (see Céline) and everywhere
during the fall collections, from Chloé to Phillip Lim to Stella McCartney. 
“It works in summer with a bare leg and a sandal and in winter with tights and a coat,”
Nikkhah continues. “And it’s not just a boring officewear staple anymore.”
Fashion Assistant Esther Adams agrees. “It used to remind me of ladies who lunch. 
I like the newer versions,” she says. “They’re more graphicand have a younger vibe.
But they still look expensive—everything does in camel.” Says Associate Fashion 
Editor Jessica Sailer, “It always reminds me of an equestrian look, which
I like to incorporate into my wardrobe.” Clearly, there are many reasons
to love camel—and many ways to get the look now. Our editors choose their favorites.