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When Phoebe Philio presented her latest Fall/Winter 2014 show for Celine she showed two types of iconic coats. The first presented were a series of tailored overcoats with large white buttons. The overcoat is fitted along the waist and falls close to the ankles. She created a variety of collars, which included short, asymmetric and the double-breasted variety. The coats flared slightly at the bottom and featured sleeves that were long in length.
The Tailored Overcoat
The Textured Oversized Overcoat
Phoebe also presented a silhouette that was seen in previous collections, the oversized overcoat with non-fitted waist and wider sleeves. This time the jackets were made in new materials that were textured, either with mohair furry tendrils, calf hair in a leopard parttern and fringe edged wool coats. These coats were made to be casually draped and wrapped on the woman, complete with matching fur stole for the cold winter months.