There’s no one like Celine’s Phoebe Philo who can make a feminist statement during Paris Fashion Week. This season her inspiration was the strength and foresight of women such as Vogue photographer Lee Miller and German Dada artist Hannah Höch. They both wore menswear in an era where women were not yet completely liberated from society set rules and were normally imposed a certain dress code when leaving the house – a code that didn’t include pants. Philo was especially inspired by the image of Miller bathing in Hitler’s bathtub after the Nazi’s fall in 1945 in which stained boots can be seen parked in front tub and fatiques folded on the chair.

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