Skip to main content

Celine Drops French Accent, Debuts Brand-New Logo By Hedi Slimane

The #CelineByHediSlimane era is officially upon us.
The new Celine logo by Hedi Slimane. Photo: @celine/Instagram

The new Celine logo by Hedi Slimane. Photo: @celine/Instagram

Following Lady Gaga's short stint in Paris toting around the first handbag designed by Hedi Slimane for Celine, the French house has unveiled its brand new logo on Sunday.

The reveal arrives just in time for fashion month, which kicks off in New York later this week. Inspired by the luxury brand's original logo from the 1960s, Slimane did away with the accented "e" in Celine, while balancing the spacing between the letters — which are in 1930s modernist type — by bringing them closer together.

"The 1960s version of the logo, including the word 'Paris,' will be reinstated within the clothing and on packaging, however 'Paris' will not appear beneath the logo on campaigns," according to a caption on Celine's Instagram account. (The platform's feed is also wiped clean, marking the official start of the #CelineByHediSlimane era.)

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

The new Celine follows a number of makeovers, or makeunders, by newly-hired creative directors. In August, and after almost two decades, Riccardo Tisci unveiled a new Burberry logo and monogram. In addition, Raf Simons redid the Calvin Klein logo, along with Balenciaga by Demna Gvasalia and Diane von Furstenberg by Jonathan Saunders last year. 

It was only a matter of time until Slimane revamped Celine's branding. Shortly after being hired as Saint Laurent's creative director in 2012, he overhauled the original Yves Saint Laurent logo, which is still used today.

Sign up for our daily newsletter and get the latest industry news in your inbox every day.