Change history! The ambitious slogan of the spring-summer 2023 show by Stella McCartneyTaken from the great work of the Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara (a capsule collection coming next December) set the tone for a rebellious collection that’s resolutely rooted in its time. And it’s on the forecourt of the Center Pompidou, whose tricolor podium matched the color chart of the organic contemporary art museum that the British designer invited to change history with fashion that is committed, sustainable and (above all) desirable. proof by four.
Stella McCartney’s most responsible collection
Going further and further in its environmentally conscious approach, Stella McCartney has created a minimalist and sensual ready-to-wear line made from 87% eco-friendly materials (the most responsible collection yet!). my lo, an incredible material made from fungi. Small feat of strength, this t-shirt made of regenerative cotton, a first in the luxury industry! And note that the parade’s CO2 emissions have been kept to a minimum. The green revolution is (well) underway.
The desire for office clothes
Officewear pushes the fashion trends of next spring a bit more. In the house of Stella McCartney, Place, from the opening of the show, oversized blazers, available in beige, gray and, bolder, lemon yellow, mint green and sky blue, structured by accentuated shoulders. The boyish overall plays on style figures, sometimes sporty, sometimes noble, slightly corseted or voluminously lined. While the man’s jacket is worn next to the skin, shrunken by a devastatingly low waist.
The boldness of jeans
In the house of Stella McCartneythe jeans get a highly fashionable facelift. Ultra wide, low waist version with holes, ripped on a jacket and top or twisted with vegan leather patches, denim is having fun and so are we.
The great evening crystal
A minimal changing room, yes, but not boring. In the house of Stella McCartney, it’s (very) easy to swap an office look for that of a party girl. A breastplate of gold chains over a little white tank top, a roaring twenties bra under an oversized blazer, or a scandalous crystal-studded jumpsuit (lead-free) that hides nothing (divine bella !)… shine brightly!
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