Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - CONTENTS -

In­spired by the op­ti­mism and free­dom of the ’70s, Phoebe Philo has breathed new life into one of Cé­line’s clas­sic bags—the Sulky. De­signed in 1975, the archival bag style was part of the brand’s Amer­i­can Sulky col­lec­tion, which fea­tured its horse and car­riage mo­tif of 1967. Ex­pertly crafted in sup­ple calf­skin, the shoul­der bag’s sharp, clean lines are soft­ened with rounded edges, and its unas­sum­ing com­pact struc­ture con­sists of three com­part­ments—all of which are sup­ported by thick leather straps and fin­ished with Cé­line’s iconic eques­trian em­blem in gold. In true Cé­line fash­ion, the Sulky is a per­fect mar­riage of form and func­tion, bound by an in­nate sense of mod­ern el­e­gance. ■

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