Harry Carr

pfw: stella mccartney spring/summer 15

Stella McCartney’s spring/summer 15 show celebrated just that – the warmest, most welcoming months – and shifting that sunshine happy feeling onto the Stella woman.

by Felicity Kinsella and Adam Fletcher
30 September 2014, 1:25pm

Harry Carr

A woman designing for women, Stella McCartney has always cut a confident but feminine figure in the fashion industry and always manages to project that onto her clothes, this season even more so than before. Without a particular narrative, McCartney concentrated on combining functional with elegant and strong with sexy. Chunky buckles and subtle cut-outs were features this season, on wide leg trousers, thick vests and slouchy jerseys. Shimmering, ribbed, shin-length dresses were paired with clear, chunky, chain-link necklaces and knotted flats giving that feeling of womanly, soft strength that was the basis of the show.

Stella McCartney Spring/Summer 15

Next out were the pastel checks, koi-fish frills, satin pyjamas and parachute jumpsuits followed by delicate, printed slip dresses that were sheer in all the right places. It's a collection made up of love and lightness, designed to be worn by women of steel. Look feminine, dress feminine, you're at your best feminine!



Text Felicity Kinsella
Photography Harry Carr

harry carr
felicity kinsella
spring/summer 15