Designer Spotlight: Stella McCartney

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Stella McCartney is champion for British style and the modern day woman. She makes effortless and chic clothing for a woman like herself. A woman who juggles a career and family while still looking her best.
With a superstar father and a privileged background one could quickly assume that she has risen to to the top on her father’s coattails and THAT famous name. However, aside from having Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell modelling at her graduate show, Stella is essential a self made woman. She first gained critical acclaim for her work at Chloe and then went on to launch her own extremely successful label.
The Stella style is one that combines comfort with exceptional tailoring and Stella is famous for her well cut blazers and Tuxedo jackets. Other favourites include her jumpsuits and lingerie influences.

This season it is fair to say her Spring/Summer 2012 collection is one of the favourites with her wave dress taking its place along the must haves for the season.
She has also just designed the British Olympic kit, in a collaboration with Adidas.

Stella McCartney is fast becoming a cult brand and a must have in every modern woman’s wardrobe. A woman who designs for women. Stella says “I champion women. I think they are impressive..the journey of being a woman is interesting; I’m on that journey with everyone else.” (Vogue Australia April 2012)

What are your thoughts on McCartney’s style?
That’s all for now,
Love Dani xx

2 thoughts on “Designer Spotlight: Stella McCartney

  1. Olga Kotsani says:

    Such a great post Dani! I love Stella McCartney's style so much! She' s definitely one of my favourite designers, but you mentioned a lot about her that I didn't know! The wave dress is her best piece this year, I agree!
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