VOGUE.COM's Sarah Mower on Celine designer PHEOBE PHILO:
"We look up to her as one of the leads, the high-up thinkers who can give definitive form to feelings about being ourselves, women in the world.
Somehow, it is increasingly about refinement, oddness, and covering up—the total, diametric clothing opposite of the imagery of women in reality-show culture. Perhaps even a kind of intellectual armour of resistance against that world? In that sense, this is a collection that shows the way for nonconformist women to express themselves as grown-ups. It encompasses eccentricity, non-normality, and an invitation to pick out and de-layer the bits and pieces."
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