Not Céline anymore, but this is the new minimalism

Not Céline anymore, but this is the new minimalism

When the news of Phoebe Philo’s departure broke, many women the world over, felt a tinge of sentimentality. Philo had held the creative director role at Céline since 2008. Over the course of the last ten years redefined what it meant to dress a modern woman—her pieces were unfussy and minimalist.
“The Peter Do aesthetic is powerful, quiet, but sensual”, says the designer

Peter Do NYC Collection

Peter Do is a Vietnamese—American designer. He graduated from the FIT in New York, and won the Graduates Award in LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers competition. Phoebe Philo picked him to create and develop runway collections for Celine. In 2016, Do moved back in USA and started to design for Derek Lam, bringing a fresh perspective to the American brand. In 2018, Do is launching his namesake label and his collections include menswear-inspired silhouettes and innovative cuts that demonstrate his impeccable skills with both fabric and drape.

“The woman I am speaking to is defining a new kind of glamour” — Peter Do
Commission NYC Collection

Commission is a trio of new and emerging designers from a small Manhattan studio. The co—founders Huy Luong, Dylan Cao, and Jin Kay redefine their Asian heritage using Western style codes. Their collection show a modern reinterpretation of what their mothers wore to work in the ‘80s — think boxy shirts, tailored jackets and lots of bold prints.

“It’s a tongue-in-cheek reinvention of our parents clothes, which were themselves interpretations of Western style codes, so it’s all full circle”, says Cao
Bottega Veneta Spring—Summer 2019 Resort

Heritage brand Bottega Veneta has been a symbol of quality, Italian craftsmanship and sophisticated luxury since it was founded in Vicenza, Italy, in 1966.

Creative Director Daniel Lee works closely with the brand’s master artisans to preserve house codes while incorporating his own perspective to create timeless handbags, footwear and ready-to-wear. The hand—woven leather pieces are made using the iconic intrecciato technique — a prime example of a brand’s philosophy that favors construction over conspicuous logos.

“When your own initials are enough” — One of the world’s premier luxury brands — Bottega Veneta’s motto — expresses a philosophy of individuality and confidence

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