Stella McCartney: her responsible (and desirable) collection presented at the Center Pompidou at Paris Fashion Week

Change the story! The ambitious slogan of the spring-summer 2023 show of Stella McCartneyextracted from the impressive work of the Japanese artist yoshitomo nara (a capsule collection will launch next December), set the tone for a rebellious collection, decidedly rooted in its time. And it’s on the esplanade Pompidou Center, whose tricolor podium matched the color chart of the organic museum of contemporary art, which the British designer invited to change history with committed, sustainable and (above all) desirable fashion. Try for four.

Stella McCartney’s most responsible collection

Going ever further in its eco-responsible approach, Stella McCartney has designed a minimalist and sensual prêt-à-porter line made up of 87% environmentally friendly materials (the most responsible collection to date!) whose my thing, an incredible material made from fungi. Small feat, this t-shirt made from regenerative cotton, a first in the luxury industry! And keep in mind that the carbon emissions of the parade have been reduced to a minimum. The green revolution is (well) underway.

The desire for office clothes

Office clothes are putting their stamp on next spring’s fashion trends a little more. at[person]’s house Stella McCartney, place, since the opening of the parade, oversize blazers available in beige, gray and, more daring, in lemon yellow, mint green and light blue structured by firm shoulders. The youth jumpsuit plays with stylistic figures, sometimes sporty, sometimes classy, ​​slightly corseted or lined in volume. While the men’s jacket is worn next to the skin, shrunk by a devastatingly low waist.

The audacity of jeans

at[person]’s house Stella McCartney, jeans are getting an ultra-modern facelift. Ultra-wide, low-rise, hole-cut version, on a ripped or twisted jacket and top with vegan leather patches, denim has fun, and so do we.

The great evening glass

A minimal wardrobe, yes, but not boring. at[person]’s house Stella McCartney, it’s (very) easy to switch from an office look to a party girl look. A gold chain dungarees over a little white tank top, a Roaring Twenties bra under an XXL blazer or a scandalous jumpsuit encrusted with crystals (no lead) that hides nothing (divine Beautiful !)… Shines bright!

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