Céline Sticks with Very Simple, Céline Soft Bags for Paris Fashion Week

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Presenting the Celine Fall/Winter Runway Bag Collection. A variety of bag styles were seen in the runway made of leather and suede materials. The colors used this season are mostly basics like Black, Blue, Red, White and Brown. Flap bags in different shapes are included in the collection. Rounded flap bags comes in shoulder straps with contrasting color, while square shaped flap bags comes in leather and thin chain straps. Belt bags and shoulder bags with knotted straps were also part of the collection.
A model walks the runway at Celine's fall-winter 2016 show wearing a long tunic and wide-legged trousers
A model walks the runway at Celine’s fall-winter 2016 show wearing a long tunic and wide-legged trousers
Celine’s Phoebe Philo was in a relaxed mood for the brand’s fall-winter 2016 collection. The designer featured slouchy staples including long vests, menswear shirts with defined collars and loose trousers. The looks are paired with a turtleneck or oversized sweater in serene hues of black, ivory, khaki and yellow.
When the Celine woman looks for some structure, a leather coat tied at the waist or fit and flare silhouette like the look modeled by Maartje Verhoef prevails. Finishing the look, strappy sandals and low heels that look like slippers at first glance are the footwear of choice. As for handbags, small satchels tie at the waist and envelope styles are options for fall.
A model walks the runway at Celine's fall-winter 2016 show wearing an oversized sweater and wide-legged trousers
A model walks the runway at Celine’s fall-winter 2016 show wearing an oversized sweater and wide-legged trousers
A model wears a look from Celine's fall-winter 2016 collection wearing a pleated dress layered over a sweater and trousers
A model wears a look from Celine’s fall-winter 2016 collection wearing a pleated dress layeredover a sweater and trousers
  “I came about it through wearing it,” saidPhoebe Philo. “It’s always that.” She was standing backstage going through the ritual—or is it torture?—of answering press questions. She was wearing a black boiled wool midi dress over a pair of white flared trousers. And that was it, really: the essence of the elongated fit and flare silhouette she showed in many variations for Fall. Oddly, it didn’t look like Fall, so much, though. There were walkable, practical leather sandals on bare feet, glimpsed through the slits in the kick-flared pants, plenty of sunshiny lemon yellow and sleeveless dresses, too. But do seasons matter these days? As another designer at the helm of a globally distributed brand remarked recently, “It’s always summer somewhere in the world where we’re selling.” But it seemed as if this collection was looking for what matters in a more fundamental way, too. This was a much more stripped-back, more utilitarian, go-with-the-flow Céline than we’ve been used to seeing. Though there were conceptual shapes—a big black tweed bubble of a top, which at first appeared to have only one armhole, led into a sequence of long shirts and tunics worn over the same shape of loose, very nice pants, with variations on khaki raincoats interspersed within them. The reiteration made it a more relaxed affair to watch—something to absorb at leisure rather than crane anxiously to keep up with. Quite deliberately so, it seems.
“It’s a busy world, and I find I have this idea of stillness with Céline,” Philo said, adding that designing, to her, is “a constant tussle.” Calming down the creative turmoil for a season seemed to give Céline the chance to re-own the template of shirts, well-cut trousers, and smart utility coats which Phoebe Philo established here to such success. Apart from the new bags—and there were many, some with soft, scarf-like knotted straps—it was good enough to allow customers to contemplate the strengths of the house.
Celine-Fall-Winter-2016-Bag-Runway-Bag-Collection-2 Celine is such a classic act when it comes to the world of handbags. Ever fashion-forward without sacrificing sophistication and functionality, this is why women all over the world adore the Celine bags. Always opting for bags with feminine touches and soft, muted colors, Celine bags are a perfect complement for women who wants to add style to their everyday look without sacrificing their own fashion sense. With more wearable bags being released by this fashion brand for each season, it’s no wonder that the Celine Fall Winter 2016 Bag Runway Collection kept making women obsessed with its wide array of beautiful hand bags. Take for example this soft-hued bag. Celine-Fall-Winter-2016-Bag-Runway-Bag-Collection It looks adorable in all its angles despite the fact that it is minimalist in design. This is perfect to take with you as you stroll along the park or go to that favorite coffee shop of yours to grab your daily shot of espresso. Celine-Fall-Winter-2016-Bag-Runway-Bag-Collection-9 Moving on to another design, this black bag from the Fall Winter 2016 Collection looks promising as it is polished and refined in its effortlessly elegant design. Celine-Fall-Winter-2016-Bag-Runway-Bag-Collection-3 Celine-Fall-Winter-2016-Bag-Runway-Bag-Collection-4

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The 20 Best Under Bags of Pre-Fall 2016

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Thom Browne Takes “Doggy Bags” Very Literally for Resort 2017

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Bucket Bags That You Haven't Seen Before

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11 Bucket Bags That You Haven't Seen Before

COURTESYWhile bucket bags may not be a new trend, the style is still proudly in its prime—lucky for us. These bags can haul our day-to-day essentials (and sometimes more) while making us look effortlessly chic. When a bag is equally fashionable as it is functional, what's not to love? Whether you sway toward a sleek, minimal design or want to be bold with a statement print there's a bucket bag for us all. You can pack, cinch, and go with these 11 options that make us want to be self-proclaimed bag ladies. 


A graphic motif and furry pom-pom will instantly brighten any outfit. 


The glossy leather, belt-like strap, and structural shape of this bag offer a modern and polished update to the classic bucket style.


Channel your inner '70s with patchwork in a rich palette. 


Go sporty with perforated leather. 

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Instant Favorite — B Brian Atwood Debuts Bags For Fall

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B Brian Atwood may have launched just a few years ago, but it took no time for the contemporary line from footwear god Brian Atwood to skyrocket in popularity with celebrities. So when we heard that the brand was coming out with a new line of bags for Fall, we were already lining up.

We'll just cut to the chase — the best part about this collection has to be the variety. From a cute structured crossbody in an eye-popping shade of pink to a slouchier brown tote that is begging to become the ultimate Fall carryall, this collection has a bag for every occasion. And what's better? It's priced not to break the bank. Ranging from $295 to $695 (yes, we know these aren't the mostaffordable, but these will become staples in your wardrobe, guaranteed), look for the bags exclusively in Bloomingdale's stores and online, available right now.

Grace East West Tote

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The 10 Iconic Bags Fashion Girls Would Kill to Own

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New It bags appear on our radar every season, but none of them quite compare to a real classic that you'll be able to sport years down the line. Some of these iconic bags have been around for decades, but they're still universally loved, and it doesn't seem like they'll go out of fashion anytime soon. They still grace the arms of celebrities, street style stars, and royals alike. If you're looking for a designer handbag that will stand the test of time, these bags are real investment pieces that you'll be able to pass on to your daughters or granddaughters. Well, at least that's what we're telling ourselves!

Chanel "2.55" Flap Bag

Coco Chanel created this practical shoulder-strap style in the 1920s as she was tired of having to carry her bag in her hands all the time. The original design consisted of the so-called mademoiselle lock. It was not until the 1980s that Karl Lagerfeld introduced the interlocking Cs as a closure.

Christian Dior "Lady Dior" Bag

While on a trip to Paris, Diana, Princess of Wales (aka Lady Di), fell in love with this bag. So much that it was named after her. The immediately recognisable design consists of four charms: the letters of the brand.

Louis Vuitton "Speedy" Bag

We hear your outcry, but think about it: the only reason why this iconic bag has been copied so much is because it is so popular. After all, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Plus, if you're tired of seeing the monogram pattern, you can also sport the style in other materials and colours. The original brown canvas feels vintage and is also featured on bags in the latest runway shows. Talk about an updated classic!

Hermès "Birkin" Bag

If you want to get your hands on a "Birkin" bag, you need to conquer the waiting list first. The list of celebrities carrying this bag is just as exclusive: Victoria Beckham, Kim Kardashian, andNaomi Campbell to name just a few. 

Saint Laurent "Y-Cabas" Bag

When the French house announced that "Yves" would be dropped from the brand's name, it almost immediately led to a rush on this classic style as many loyal fans feared the Y-clasp would disappear forever. Luckily, it didn't, so the icon status of this bag remains. 

Balenciaga "City" Bag

Celebrities have been carrying this bag since 2000. Kate Moss in particular loves the design — probably because the studs make this style much more rock 'n' roll than many other bags. 

Fendi "Baguette" Bag

Just like the French bread, you can easily carry this bag under your arm. This year, stars likeRihanna and Sarah Jessica Parker confessed their love for this iconic style by creating their own versions of the "Baguette."

Bottega Veneta "Intrecciato" Bag

Bottega Veneta is known for its collections of understated luxury. So don't expect to see any logos on this bag. But the interwoven leather still makes it immediately recognisable. 

Goyard "Saint Louis" Tote

Goyard was founded in 1853, one year before Louis Vuitton. Instead of a monogram, Goyard uses a distinctive chevron pattern, which was also admired by Coco Chanel.

The bamboo handles were developed by Gucci back in 1947. But what was initially supposed to be a material replacement in postwar times soon became a favourite among celebrities. While the original design of the bag has slightly been altered, its popularity remains unchanged.

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