Stella McCartney's ode to freedom

We fantasize about post-pandemic wardrobe…

Teaming up with Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara for the spring / summer 2021 season, Stella McCartney has just unveiled her latest fall / winter 2021 collection. Presented in Tate Modern museum in London, new collection was inspired by “D is for Desire”, from her “A to Z” manifesto.

Considering the current global situation, each look presented expresses our desire to dress up and go out. Extravagant designs and colors are combined with bold textures and materials to emphasize and celebrate the heritage of the fashion brand. The cyclamen dress comes with a snug silhouette with pleated details, and is paired with purple boots decorated with sequins. More hints of color can be seen on the thigh high boots, while the comfort is emphasized by a series of bell-bottom pants. Psychedelic, altered chessboard patterns have been added for the sake of dynamism on knitted sweaters and skirts.

As always, Stella McCartney had sustainability in mind and used eco-friendly materials. This time, about 77 percent of the collection was created from wool obtained in ethical and responsible ways, sequins without PVC elements and much more. The cropped and oversized MA1 jacket is made of regenerated nylon and ECONYL®, while the tight-fitting dresses are created using forest-friendly viscose. Accessories are also responsibly created, in the form of vegan and cruelty-free bags, biodegradable Chelsea boots and more.

You can see the entire collection in the gallery, while a video awaits you below the text:

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