It is no secret that Hedi Slimane’s very first collection for Celine wasn’t well received amongst trend fans. Perhaps it’s because, like many people, vogue folk are not keen on large shift, or perhaps it’s because the effect that Phoebe Philo left Celine and the fashion business as a whole was nothing short of legendary. Irrespective of the motive, in a immunity unlike some other, Celine fans began a boycott of types, and also the #OldCeline hashtag took on a life of its own. Lately I had been making my normal internet rounds as it dawned on me that I had not perused the Celine site in quite some time. My mantra towards Celine because Slimane has been appointed has kind of been a”nothing to see ” or”move together” type of mood, but unexpectedly a purse stopped me in my paths. I am sorry to admit this (really I am not really that sorry, I do not mind liking things which other folks don’t), but I believe I sort of just like a #NewCeline tote. Ok, I want to be fair I really do like a Celine by Hedi Slimane layout.
It is known as the little Besace 16 bag, and also something about it caught my attention. While I was not particularity a lover of this 16 bag initially, this cross-platform variant is really kind of, dare I say, adorable? I had been attracted to the slick hardware around the 16 tote and though the model was too big and ordered for my taste there was something about the traces of it I really could love. Shrunken right down into a miniature cross body model has me believing that I could really see myself wearing it. I like the curved shape and even though it’s small, the size is no smaller than some of those other bags that I use. The 1 drawback is that it’s remarkably expensive to get a teeny-tiny tote. The pure calfskin version featured previously will put you back $2,650 through Celine, whereas the satinated calfskin models below retail for $2,450. I like this tote best in dark. I believe that it’s super chic and exceptionally sleek looking.