Céline creative director Phoebe Philo has been named on Time Magazine's list of the world's 100 most influential people. Per Philo's intro, penned by her friend and Chloé predecessor, Stella McCartney: "One of the few female designers, she celebrates the simple and champions the quality and reality of a woman's wardrobe. When people invest in her work, they have it for life. One of the things we share is the reality that the clothes we design are actually worn." Philo's placement on the list makes perfect sense. Not only has the notoriously private Philo spawned a tremendously successful business, she is single-handedly dictating how the vast majority of women across the world dress. Whether it is via adoring Céline customers or those who flock to Zara (the largest retailer in the world, which stocks almost exclusively Céline copies), Philo's touch is absolutely everywhere. Hell, she brought back Birkenstocks!