Stella McCartney also presented her show in Paris a week or so ago and similarly to Phoebe Philo (at Celine) she exactly knows what a modern woman want. What the animal friendly, eco-conscious modern women precisely and she absolutely deserves the credit for only that, even though these pieces, despite the faux leather, do not come cheap at all.
But back to the clothes, those so often low-key, comfy, minimalistic but with an extra twist design clothes, which now got a double twist actually, hence having made the whole collection a bit more formal. She said, “we’re not a big evening-wear brand so it’s definitely an attitude in how you wear those things. I believe very much in taking those taffeta pieces down and making them in-the-moment as well. That’s our kind of woman.”
“We’ve always craved humour and colour and texture. It’s the mix. Glamour on glamour I’m not really interested in, and I never really have been. It’s taking that high and providing the low to it, and having a line that’s in reality,” she explained, hence we got a lot of relaxed, oversized, sometimes 80s fit and style, a balanced out collection, and I love both the camel boiler suit and the dusty blue knit dress with the matching booties, that I could wear them right away. They must be really comfy <3.
And again, how good Stella McCartney looks here? That camel trousers are ace!
That’s all folks, fashion month is gone and we’re back to reality, luckily we still have autumn and all the new lines with us, not to mention the upcoming Halloween and Christmas season. Can’t believe but every store is packing up with Christmas stuff, it’s still way too early though, duh. Anyway, this part of the year is so exciting, isn’t it?
Photos via vogue.co.uk