By  on March 4, 2005

Celine: The copywriters on the payroll at Celine must have been working overtime when concocting the liner notes for Roberto Menichetti’s second collection for the house. What else could explain the strange block of verbiage? “A dash of audacity invades the clothes,” they read, while the palette was labeled a “dash of impertinence.” Well, some might call slightly overtweaked silhouettes in discordant colors audacious and impertinent. Others might prefer more direct terminology: unappealing, perhaps.

This story first appeared in the March 4, 2005 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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