The Most Electrifying Celine Looks From the Last 10 Years

At the start of fashion month, you could sense the mood immediately. Mobile billboards made their way around New York City (six, to be exact), driving large campaign images featuring a short-haired model in all-black paillettes. The Instagram account was wiped clean. The French accent mark removed. All signs point to a new era at Celine that's on the brink of being ushered in by none other than Hedi Slimane. It's perhaps the most talked-about designer shift of the year, and—rightfully so—it's all we can think about right now.

Because all of this is at the top of our minds, we found ourselves reminiscing about Celine times past and decided to round up the most electrifying, memorable looks from the last decade. Scroll down to see which ones stuck with us, and then shop our picks to celebrate this noteworthy moment in the brand's history.

Spring 2011


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The pajama print to end all other pajama prints.

Spring 2013


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This artfully twisted top redefined eveningwear.

Fall 2013

Plaid on plaid—it's a thing.

Spring 2014


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The painterly print we'll never forget.

Fall 2014


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Ever wonder why people started wearing head-to-toe knits? Here's why.

Fall 2015


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The bell-sleeve top that took street style by storm.

Spring 2016


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Fall 2016


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Have you ever seen a more beautiful satin tunic? We didn't think so.

Spring 2017


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We love a provocative LWD.

Fall 2017


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There's an off-the-shoulder top, and there's this off-the-shoulder top.

Shope some of our favorite recent Celine picks:

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Nicole Kliest
Freelance Contributor

Nicole Kliest is a freelance writer and editor based in New York City who focuses on fashion, travel, food, wine, and pretty much anything else that's amusing to write about. After graduating from Pepperdine University with a bachelor's in journalism and creative writing, she started her career back in 2010 as Who What Wear's photo editor and throughout the last decade has contributed to publications including Fashionista, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, The Zoe Report, PopSugar, Fodor's Travel, and several others. She also copywrites and has worked with clients such as Frame, Sea, 3x1, Intelligentsia, and others to develop brand voices through storytelling and creative marketing. She's very passionate about the ways we can improve our sustainability efforts in the fashion industry as well as cultivating content that's diverse and inclusive of all people. When she's not checking out the latest restaurant opening in her West Village neighborhood or riding her bicycle along the West Side Highway, she can be found scheming her next trip somewhere around the world. (Up next is Vienna.)