Celine is the latest designer to take a shot at Disney’s “Beauty And The Beast” sequel.
The French fashion house launched a campaign in July titled “Beautiful and the Bold” that pays tribute to the original film with a new slogan and an entirely new aesthetic for the upcoming film.
The campaign is part of the brand’s commitment to the iconic characters of the film, which is set in 2026.
The line is also using Disney’s branding to highlight the brand and its commitment to diversity.
The ad, which features Emma Watson as Belle, also features a line of clothing featuring a mix of colors, fabrics, and designs inspired by the film.
While the campaign does not explicitly mention Celine, the company’s marketing director, Christophe Dejem, said in an interview that Celine wanted to do something to celebrate the “beauty of life” as part of its brand commitment to its African-American and Latino community.
“It’s really a statement of Celine that we are really proud to be part of this project,” Dejems said.
“We believe it is a very important message for Celine to take part in.”
While Celine has made strides in recent years in showcasing its diversity in its marketing and inclusivity efforts, the brand still struggles to reach consumers in a mainstream fashion sense.
“Beautymag.com” is a popular online platform that allows brands to reach their community, but it also struggles to find advertisers, according to a spokesperson.
The spokesperson added that while Celine does “a lot” to reach its African American and Latino communities, “it’s still a work in progress.”
“Beautyles” is Celine first collaboration with Disney, which the company first unveiled in October 2017.
The brand’s initial “Beauties” campaign featured an array of silhouettes and was based on the iconic witch-inspired look that Cela-Sculpture founder Sophie Leblanc has said was inspired by her grandmother.
In addition to the campaign, Celine created a limited-edition “Beautys” scarf inspired by a witch-themed scarf that will be available exclusively at the brand.
“The first thing that struck me was the design and the way that it was crafted.
It was very organic,” Leblac said of the design, which was created with a range of fabrics.
“She is the original witch.”
“The concept of the witch, it is something very familiar, a place where people have been around for a long time,” LeBlanc said.
Celine partnered with the witch-shaped scarf to help the brand connect with its African and Latino audiences.
“When we created the witch scarf, we wanted to make sure that it reflected the witch’s history, because in this era of social justice, it’s important for us to be able to be visible in the world, in the media, in our fashion and in our everyday life,” LeBLAC said.
While Cela’s campaign has already gained traction, the retailer has been looking to make strides in the fashion industry in recent months, according a report from The Hill.
In January, the retail giant signed on to a partnership with fashion company H&M, which will launch a new line of corsets and other accessories for the retailer.
Cela is also working with fashion house Saint Laurent to promote its “Beautes” line.
The retailer has not released a specific release date for “Beauts” corsetry yet, but a spokesperson said the line will be launching “in a few weeks.”
The brand is also collaborating with fashion and beauty influencer and entrepreneur Niki Anderson, who is also a Celine employee.
“Her story is really inspirational and the best story of a witch,” Le BLAC said of Anderson, adding that she has also worked with Cela on several campaigns.
“And the reason that I love Niki is that she is a beautiful person, a very strong, strong woman.
And she has so much love for this world.
She just loves this world.”
“We want to be a leader in the African- American and Latinx fashion world, and I think Niki will help us be a better leader in this world,” Cela said.
“[Anderson] is a leader, and she will do that for us.
So we have a really good relationship.”
Celine said it has also been working with the fashion and fashion industry on a number of projects, including a collaboration with Calvin Klein, which it launched in April.
“They are really the best brand in the business,” Celine spokesperson Christophe dejem said of these collaborations.
“I think it’s great to see Calvin Klein as a partner, because they are one of the most important brands in the industry.”
Cela also partnered with fashion brand Yves Saint Laurent, which announced its first “Beautygems”