PARIS — Phoebe Philo has finally bid adieu to Céline’s “temporary” store on Rue François 1er in Paris — after more than four years in the raw, no-frills space — and decamped to a light-filled boutique at 53 Avenue Montaigne.
Roughly double the size of those temporary digs, the new 6,500-square-foot location sprawls over two floors, connected by a coiling staircase in cement and pale oak, and gives ample showcase to Philo’s ready-to-wear, leather goods, footwear, eyewear and costume jewelry collections.
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