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The official CELINE thread

JESUISSAINT

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I received a link directly from CELINE weeks ago. But the selection was really bad and not worth to mention in my opinion.
 

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You have to log in to your Celine online account after clicking through the link.

Sale is kind of mid (some styles I’ve seen on YOOX for cheaper).

There’s a leather jacket I wanted from Wiltern that’s available in my size but I unfortunately don’t have the funds available lol.
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Yes that leather jacket was the only thing that caught my eye but 46 not 44. Not sure if I love the pattern but looks very wearable
 

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Speaking of 9000 or rather 9000+£, I'll be in London for my first time in a couple weeks. I'll be mostly going to shows, museums, restaurants, probably tourist-y stuff to be frank, however, I'll definitely be carving out at least a couple hours to check out some of the shops and tailoring. Any tips/recs for where to go on the shopping front, obviously interested in things such as Celine, Saint Laurent, Dior if top notch but in addition I'm a closet John Lobb fan and enjoy good suiting.

In terms of museums/architecture, any can't miss spots or anything a bit more refined/sophisticated than the usual that I shouldn't overlook?

Finally, I'm staying in SoHo. Is this about as hip as it looks? The other option was near Hyde Park.
 

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Speaking of 9000 or rather 9000+£, I'll be in London for my first time in a couple weeks. I'll be mostly going to shows, museums, restaurants, probably tourist-y stuff to be frank, however, I'll definitely be carving out at least a couple hours to check out some of the shops and tailoring. Any tips/recs for where to go on the shopping front, obviously interested in things such as Celine, Saint Laurent, Dior if top notch but in addition I'm a closet John Lobb fan and enjoy good suiting.

In terms of museums/architecture, any can't miss spots or anything a bit more refined/sophisticated than the usual that I shouldn't overlook?

Finally, I'm staying in SoHo. Is this about as hip as it looks? The other option was near Hyde Park.
There's obviously a billion things to do in London, so it really depends on what you like to do when you travel. Whenever I go there, I always go to the National Gallery and the Tate Modern. The former is one of those art museums that is really overwhelming in terms of what is on display, so I think it's good to have an idea of what you want to look at before you walk in the door. It's also right on Trafalgar Square, which is one of the heaviest tourist areas. The Tate has a lot of really dumb modern art, but as I get older I like to look at some of that just to see if I can get anything out of it. The building is incredible and you can get a really amazing view if you go to the top floor. Those are both super-bourgie things to do but this is the Celine thread for god's sake
 

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Yes, most importantly, I'll be visiting the Celine store although I wonder if it's a bit moribund and I'll have to switch to Chanel. Since I'm a seasoned customer I'll only have purchase one or two items to feel with it, since I don't need anything anymore.

That gets me thinking, I'd say my HS collection is about: 15% Dior, 70% SLP, 15% Celine. I wonder how others break down.
 

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Yes, most importantly, I'll be visiting the Celine store although I wonder if it's a bit moribund and I'll have to switch to Chanel. Since I'm a seasoned customer I'll only have purchase one or two items to feel with it, since I don't need anything anymore.

That gets me thinking, I'd say my HS collection is about: 15% Dior, 70% SLP, 15% Celine. I wonder how others break down.

I don't like shopping in a basement so the London store's not my favorite but the furnitures are pretty cool

Fantasy (if I could go back in time and rebuild my collection): 60% Dior; 20% SLP; 20% Celine

Real world: 1% Dior (sold off most RTW as my weight has changed over the last 2 decades); 44% SLP (I barely wear them these days); 55% Celine

I am looking forward to Hedi's Chanel but I may need to refinance my apartment
 

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Hi , all
I'm planning to buy two celine t-shirts recently, they are not cheap at all, about 1300 dollars after tax! Never worn expensive designer t-shirts, but somehow I like them very much, I tried them on in retail store and was very satisfied. my question is how to take care of them, will they become a mess even after delicate hand washing? Bacon collar? Shrink? And then become cheap? Their washing instructions are even more confusing, such as line dry without spin ? ? What does this mean? Let it drip until dry? Are they worth the thousand dollar investment? Anyone who has bought or similar designer t-shirts is welcome to give advice, sorry for my English mistakes, thank you!!
 

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