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Head to the South of France With Celine Plein Soleil 2024

Summer staples given the Celine touch

In the last few years, the summer season has become increasingly important to designer brands, with many creating one-off capsule collections separate from their larger runway collections.

These capsules are not all that different from resort wear, but rather than dropping in the fall ahead of the winter travel season, they hit just in time for summer, celebrating the warm weather months.

Celine’s beachwear capsule is here, offering everything one needs to summer in style. We’re giving you a first look at Celine Plein Soleil 2024.

Summer in Celine

Inspired by the summer charm of the French Riviera and the sophisticated appeal of the left bank’s Saint-Germain Des-Prés, Celine’s Plein Soleil capsule is an ode to the warm summer days that lie ahead. The collection explores the intersection of city and seaside and revisits House staples in new ways.

Celine’s Plein Soleil adds a fun, fresh spin to the Triomphe line, offering raffia and wicker versions perfect for seaside dinners. A true summer classic, the Celine Panier, is back this season, popping up in classic tan and updated in striped raffia and a braided raffia iteration that offers added dimension and a maxi take on the classic Triomphe motif.

Celine outfits a range of ready-to-wear, shoes and other accessories in lightweight fabrics and cool summer hues to expand the collection further. Stripes and denim give way to crochet, tulle, and lace, with pieces meant to be worn on—and off—the beach.

Lensed by Hedi Slimane, the Plein Soleil 2024 capsule was photographed along Italy’s Amalfi Coast in Sorrento, Italy. Discover the full range via Celine and check out more of our favorites below.

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CELINE Triomphe Minaudiére
$5,200 via Celine
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CELINE Braided Triomphe
CELINE Claude Triomphe Shoulder Bag
$3,550 via Celine
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Celine Summer 2024 7
CELINE Lympia Gladiator Sandal
$1,200 via Celine
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Layo
Layo
4 days ago

Never been a fan of the triomphe logo but there’s something interesting about the classic panier and the claude.

Adelylt
Adelylt
3 days ago
Reply to  Layo

Somebody once said the logo looked like fallopian tubes and I was never able to unsee that. Having Lisa of Blackpink endorse their line doesn’t help either. (Asian here, just in case anyone trots out the racist argument).

kdb
kdb
4 days ago
Reply to  Layo

Same…re: the logo, can’t believe they’re sticking with it.