VICE Elsewhere. Celine is a luxury brand, after all and in some ways the two creative entities seem fundamentally contradictory. The result was a sharply-tailored trip through British subcultures -- from mod to new wave, suedeheads to post-punk. Or maybe just up and vanished. Something about the Crack Cloud's sound and ethic resonated with Slimane, though the band doesn't even fully understood the chemistry: Backstage at Celine.
Livia. companionship was, is and will ever be one of the most important elements of our balanced life either we are people persons or declared loners. human interaction is the most shaping human experience and also the most fascinating. we might have memories of places and events but they are always strongly linked to the people around us.
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Meet Crack Cloud, the Punk Collective Behind Hedi Slimane’s Paris Show
As the final model exited. It flooded the runway as the Brit boys scowled and strutted around, highlighting the biting cool and brazen impertinence of their looks. Author Interviews 'Kook': As the light orb pulsed, the new Celine was refracted into the Paris night as 70s no wave saxophonist James Chance played out the show. Bowl cuts, mullets, tweed bombers, skinny ties, leopard-print, single earrings and leather jackets abounded.