Saturday, January 19, 2013


It is vintage Celine. Since the print on print trend seems to linger on and undoubtedly will have a comeback sometime in the next couple of years, why not stock up on some amazing print shirts from 70's Celine. Celine has changed over the years, what started as a children's shoe store in 1945 in Paris by Madame Celine and her husband, is globally today the epitome of contemporary minimalism in womenswear with Phoebe Philo as creative director. In the seventies, after a car accident left Madame Celine stranded on the side of the road near Arc de Triomphe, inspired by the surroundings she created these famous prints. The shield, link and chain motifs inspired by parisian architecture will become the house's signature. The following shirts, all in perfect condition, can be worn with just jeans (short, skinny or flared) or printed skirts and trousers for a more dramatic look.  It is easy to wear Celine and look put together and effortlessly chic.

Celine cotton jersey shirt with flower print in beige and bronze,  c. 1970's. Modern size 4.

Celine cotton shirt with chain print in black and gold, c. 1970's. Modern size 4. 

Celine cotton shirt in chain print in light brown, c. 1970's. Modern size 4. SOLD

Celine cotton jersey shirt with neck tie in brown, c. 1970's. Modern size 4. 

Celine shirt in light cotton with flower print in navy, c. 1970's. Modern size 4. SOLD

For additional information, please email or call + 1 323 655-1960. You may also visit us in person at Decades 8214 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. Please reference the description above, if calling or emailing.