I wear Celine.
Quotes by Phoebe Philo creative director of Celine:
“Historically, the bits of Celine I knew from researching, generally over the years, were typically Parisian – a pleated skirt, a silk blouse and a blazer. And I quite like the conservativeness of that, that Parisian chic, that conservative woman. Bourgeois. A bit saucy.”
“It’s never been important to me that my name is above shop windows,” she says, “and I get a lot of comfort out of having something I can stand behind. Let Celine be the name and the front of it…”
“Shall we have a fag?”
She wears Celine: Anna Wintour
Und hier ihre Antwort:
” A suit, I have to say. But who knows? Maybe next year I’ll love suits. And I don’t mind jeans. If there’s girl applying to work in fashion department and she comes in here with a great pair of jeans pulled together with the right top, it’s fine.”
Anna kann nicht ohne Starbucks leben, ich auch nicht. Sollte einmal mein Leben verfilmt werden, Starbucks wird auch in jeder Szene mitspielen. Hat Anna vielleicht einen Deal mit Starbucks, who knows?! Was trinkt sie da eigentlich die ganze Zeit, Quellen berichten, dass sie Vanilla Latte und Iced Tea trinkt, sogar wenn sie in Paris unterwegs ist – always Starbucks!
Ever watched the movie The September issue? The movie gives a fascinating insight into the glitzy word of fashion and illustrates the political power that Anna holds as the chief editor of the US fashion bible Vogue.
What caught my eye though was Anna’s love for florals and clean cut dresses she wore, something I share with her. I love being a woman and embrace everything feminine and girly (think Charlotte from SATC).
Nothing beats a classic, figure hugging shift dress topped up with some summery flowers to celebrate being a woman!
Anna in one of her signature dresses with daugher Bee
Romantique strolling along in the Dutch Quarter, Potsdam, Germany, wearing a Max Mara Dress, TK Maxx handbag and Pretty Ballerinas