Fashion & Shopping

Get The Look: Celine’s Latest Collection

April 25, 2024

Celine launched its F/W 2024 RTW collection last month and it just might be Hedi Slimane’s best work for the classic fashion house yet. Perfectly poised models, with slicked-back buns, oversized black sunglasses and layers of pearls were very much giving a 2024 Breakfast at Tiffany’s Holly Golightly. Which makes perfect sense, as Slimane drew from Celine’s 1960s archives for inspiration.

The collection aligns itself well with the current trend of clean girl, meets Sofia Richie’s quiet luxury aesthetic. With Celine being a favourite among millennials and Gen-Z alike, dupes and inspired-by pieces have already begun to trickle into more affordable stores like Zara, H&M and Mango. We did the heavy lifting and scoured the internet for best pieces to achieve the elegant Celine girl look for less. Copy + paste.

The Holly Golightly look isn’t complete without a great pair of oversized shades – the darker, the better. Swap last season’s oval frames for a thick square cut like these ones from H&M.

Though Holly Golightly held the belief that it’s tacky to wear diamonds before forty, she didn’t shy away from pearls, and neither does our modern Celine girl. Pick up a bold pair of pearl earrings, to pair with chunky pearl necklaces for layering, both from Zara.

It wouldn’t be ’60s-inspired without a micro mini. This black mini dress with a slight a-line from Zara fits the bill.

This short-sleeve cardigan with white trim and gold buttons from H&M ties the look together and is giving old-money at an attainable price.

The Celine Triomphe is one of the most iconic and classic handbags. This cross body from Mango with a similar silhouette and clasp is a great dupe for a fraction of the price.

On your feet, opt for a pair of strappy Mary Jane’s with a chunky heel from Steve Madden.

Complete your look with a slicked back bun, a coffee and a fresh baked croissant. Then hail a cab and take yourself to Tiffany’s, the quietness and the proud look of it; nothing very bad could happen to you there. —Sheila O’Neill


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