Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Stella McCartney

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Stella McCartney RTW Spring 2015

Stella McCartney RTW Spring 2015

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Stella McCartney RTW Spring 2015

McCartney is big on ease, especially for summer — which is what she calls her runway collection — and sought to capture “the season’s true spirit.”

Stella McCartney is a stalwart fashion realist. She sees herself in the service of, and in sartorial cahoots with, women like herself — women with busy lives in need of fashion that works.


That long-held ethos served both the designer and her clients beautifully for spring, as she developed a number of fresh, appealing motifs. McCartney is big on ease, especially for summer — which is what she calls her runway collection — and sought to capture “the season’s true spirit,” according to her program notes. That meant graceful, unfettered silhouettes that were shapely — but not tight — on tops over pants and skirts cut with volume.


McCartney did her part for the denim craze with crisp looks dressed up just enough with asymmetric and graphic appliqués. Often, she added a touch of tough to the structure with big, demonstrative buckle closures.
Summer ease is nothing without a little flou, delivered here in delightfully floaty dresses and separates in unfussy pastel plaids. And McCartney updated the Sweater Girl to fabulous effect, deftly slashing and knotting dresses, tunics and skirts to reveal glimpses of skin. The result was a confident, relaxed sensuality.

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