Phoebe Philo unveils a minimalist and luxurious first collection

For her grand return to the fashion scene after a six-year absence, Phoebe Philo has finally unveiled the first delivery from her eponymous London label. A minimalist ready-to-wear collection playing on the exclusive codes of luxury.

 

At 4.05pm on October 30, the “Philophiles” community received an e-mail announcing the launch of Phoebe Philo’s collection. This cohort, all fans of the minimalist, androgynous style of the former Céline artistic director, had been eagerly awaiting the designer’s return.

 

© Phoebe Philo

 

The designer, who has benefited from a minority stake in her own label from the LVMH group, offers a wardrobe in line with the strategy of the major luxury houses.

 

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This first salvo in Phoebe Philo’s collection – which must number 1,500 items in all – shows a sort of Celine 3.0 woman stealing her man’s outfits to make them her own. The low-profile femininity seen in the designer’s 2000s collections gives way to a collection where masculine energy shines through like never before.

 

© Phoebe Philo

 

Alongside the long wool coats so dear to the designer’s heart, we find double-breasted suit jackets with streamlined shoulders, loose-fitting or capri pants, skirts, T-shirt dresses, blouses and other asymmetrical outfits, as well as knitwear.

 

© Phoebe Philo

 

Alongside these strong pieces, we find a whole range of accessories, from square-toed shoes (90s wedge versions, lace-up ankle boots and revisited chelsea boots) to fringed Club loafers, scarves, sunglasses in a “ski” spirit, and jewelry.

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Victor Gosselin
Victor Gosselin
Victor Gosselin is a journalist specializing in luxury, HR, tech, retail, and editorial consulting. A graduate of EIML Paris, he has been working in the luxury industry for 9 years. Fond of fashion, Asia, history, and long format, this ex-Welcome To The Jungle and Time To Disrupt likes to analyze the news from a sociological and cultural angle.

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