October 31st, 2014
Céline Resort Campaign

‘The White Album’ Inspired?

Celine This is my favorite image from the Céline resort campaign and I have to wonder if Phoebe Philo was inspired by the iconic photograph of writer Joan Didion on the cover of “The White Album”. If so, the timing coincides perfectly with the upcoming Didion documentary.

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  • Love Céline, and love that Phoebe Philo stays true to her aesthetics and Daria !
    Great ad as always.

    http://www.pardonmyobsession.com/

    CarolineOctober 31st, 2014  2:11 PM

     
  • She had to have been influenced by such an iconic photograph, yet she made it her own. It’s stunning.

    KathyNovember 1st, 2014  7:35 AM

     
  • What struck me after I saw that the setting resembled Joan Didion, was just how much Daria herself resembles Phoebe Philo in this photograph, especially around the mouth….

    SueMNovember 1st, 2014  9:36 AM

     
  • Yes, I agree. Rather than Joan Didion, I immediately saw the strong resemblance to Phoebe Philo. That struck me as deliberate.

    lkaNovember 1st, 2014  11:07 AM

     

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