Tag: Stella McCartney
As a continuation into the conversation around sustainability Stella McCartney is pleased to be showcasing her work in the State of Fashion’s first large-scale public event in the Netherlands, ‘Searching for the New Luxury’. The initiative seeks to connect and support global green initiatives throughout the fashion industry, acting as the thread between designers, companies, governments and educational institutions.
The Spring/Summer 2018 menswear collection celebrates the spirit of the season with escapism, positivity, romance and freedom. Traditional wardrobe transitions into summer with graphic detailing, contrasting texture and effortless silhouettes that suggests an ease of the Stella man.
Happy 10th DfT! Lara Krude is the winner of the “Designer for Tomorrow” fashion talent award, which Peek & Cloppenburg and Fashion ID have awarded for the tenth time. The graduate of the HAW, Hamburg presented her “What remains” collection this morning on the runway of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin and impressed the Jury Board of Patron Stella McCartney with her innovative tailoring skills. At the start of the award show, 2016 DfT winner, Edda Gimnes, presented her new collection in her first solo fashion show. Among the prominent guests were, among others, international model Kenya Kinski, the newly married Victoria Swarovski as well as German model and actress Susan Hoecke.
The first autumn winter collection celebrates a natural and effortless style approach inspired by British menswear from the boy next door nonchalance to subversive sartorialism. Savile Row traditions combine with British Oddities in slim and sculptured styles paired with relaxed outerwear for a slightly undone and youthful effect. Sporty silhouettes are contrasted with the use of distinctively English heritage fabrics in wools and plaids blurring the boundaries between function and fashion, formalwear and sportswear with a signature effortlessness.
“I’ve long desired to marry the Stella woman to a man and now the time just feels so right.” – Stella McCartney
Bespoke tailor Edward Sexton established his eponymous house in 1990 in Knightsbridge, West London. He began developing his own workshop; overseeing tailors that met his high standards and teaching his personal philosophy on tailoring to this select few.
Adam Katz Sinding - Self-Taught + Self-Motivated. Adam Katz Sinding was born on 3th of May 1983 in San Francisco, CA, and raised in Tacoma, WA. Living in Seattle, WA from 2001-2010, and a 6 month period in Paris, France, he now resides in Brooklyn, NY.
As we've already mentioned, soft + warm + white is a winning combination for the upcoming cold season and that's why White fur is one of the key fashion trends for Fall/Winter 2015-2016 in women's wardrobe. Louis Vuitton, Stella McCartney, Pascal Millet, Giambattista Valli, Miguel Marinero, Tommy Hilfiger and Fendi are amoung the fashion houses, which included the trend in their Fall/Winter 2015-2016 womenswear collections.
We look forward to the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games where Stella McCartney will return as adidas UK Creative Director for Team GB.
In the midst of the Paris men's fashion schedule, adidas Originals last night boldly launched four new styles from the progressive Tubular footwear series, inspired by early 90s running technology.
Marking its 10th Anniversary in 2015, adidas by Stella McCartney moves into Fall/Winter with a collection that celebrates a decade of ulimate performance and style enhanced by cutting-edge technology. Showcasing bold silhouettes with innovative texture combinations and intelligent layering, this season's new collection seamlessly fuses form with function for an effective and inspiring work out.
Designer Stella McCartney visits Korea for the first time. Stella McCartney had special moment at adidas Women’s store at Cheongdam on May 20th to celebrate 10th anniversary of adidas by Stella McCartney which started from 2005.
Celebrating freedom. Exploring classics. Teasing sensuality. Composed silhouettes slowly unravel to reveal a woman’s sensibility. Fabric extensions are layered, wrapped around the body or simply worn loose to create fluid pieces that nonchalantly fall away to reveal a subtle sexiness.
Fashion designer Stella McCartney will work with "Adidas" to create the clothing of British athletes for the Olympics 2016.
Born Free is a global initiative with the goal of ending mother-to-child HIV transmission by December 31, 2015. The exclusive Shopbop + Born Free capsule collection was formed in collaboration with 22 top designers, including Victoria Beckham, C?line, Tory Burch, and Isabel Marant. 100% of the profits from this collection will benefit Born Free. The MAC AIDS Fund will match all donations and the total purchase price of all products sold, up to $500,000.
Alexander Wang will be the next designer who will make a collection for H&M.
The young talent from New York, who is a creative director of Balenciaga,posted the news about the new partnership in Instagram . He will created clothes for men and women and many accessories.
The actress Margot Robbie, who played one of the leader roles in the nominated "Wolf of Wall Street", is going to be on the cover of the Australian edition of Elle for March. The Hollywood beauty made a special photo shoot for the magazine.
The designer Stella McCartney said that the stylish clothes in the gym make us more confident. For her collection Spring-Summer 2014, Stella again chose to work with the sports giant "Adidas". "Being dressed fashionable during exercise simultaneously helps the way we feel and the proper implementation of the exercises", said designer to the newspaper "Daily Telegraph".
Stella McCartney presented her new Spring/Summer collection during the Paris Fashion Week.
With its vibrant red color, intense aroma and inspiring flavour, Campari is popular around the world as an icon of passionate Italian style and excellence.
Campari's calendar is an artistic creation, sold in limited edition of only 9 999 copies to collectors worldwide.
Famous Hollywood actress Uma Thurman is the star of the Campari Calendar 2014, which will be captured by fashion photographer Koto Bolofo.
Stella McCartney is launching her first eco friendly lingerie line called "Stella" next month. It is designed with colorful day-to-day bras and underwear that are going to make women feel more comfortable, sexy and fashionable. "It has to fit, function and do its job", commented the British designer.
The line includes five different bra shapes, including a molded underwire, a plunge version and a strapless and seamless style. The colours are electric blue, python, pink and black. The lingerie will all be made from organic cotton and recycled metals.
Adidas and Stella McCartney officially launching The Kit - exclusive Olympic collection designed specially for Team GB. The collection design is inspired by the British flag. “The first place to start on a project like this is to look at the Union flag. For me it’s one of the most beautiful flags in the world and it was important for me to stay true to that iconic design but also to modernise it and present it in a contemporary way", says Stella. She has accounted for everything, right down to the smallest of details.
Stella McCartney will launch a line of eco-friendly sunglasses made of more than 50 percent natural and renewable materials for Spring 2012.
"The greatest challenge was the amount of time that was spent on research and testing to get the best quality product possible with the highest performance in terms of resistance, while still maintaining the style and finish we always try to achieve," said McCartney.
English actress Carey Mulligan was named the best dressed woman of the year by Harper's Bazaar magazine.
The 25-year-old Oscar-nominated has been admired for her style since she shot to fame in "An Education", and wowed fashion experts at the Oscars when she wore a stunning black Prada gown covered in hundreds of jewels.
According to the magazine, her unique fashion sense has put her a cut above other style icons including Victoria Beckham, who has her own fashion line, and supermodels Kate Moss and Yasmin Le Bon.
Stella McCartney's children's line will finally become available in all over the wolrd.
The new collection, specially for children, can be found on the company official website www.stellamccartneykids.com too. It includes babies models and clothes for boys and girls up to 12 years old.
Stella McCartney created Glow-in-the-dark clothing range, part of her Fall/Winter 2010 Adidas sportswear collection. The line will be placed within the best-selling running category of sportswear.
Part of the collection, the glow-in-the-dark range, designed to improve safety and visibility, features Run Glow jacket ($175), which boasts a feisty leopard print, a drawstring short, with the same leopard print and the Run Glow Marialith Runner footwear line ($120), everything available for purchase at the online shop of Adidas.
Stella McCartney thinks women need two pairs of sunglasses.
The designer has launched her own collection of eyewear in a collaboration with Luxottica and believes it is important for the accessory to give off a sense of fun.
She said: "Women have two sets: a classic pair they'll have forever, and a more playful pair. We've added that fun element to the line.
My mum had this mad pair with Christmas trees on them that I loved when I was little.
On 12 November 2009, the Swiss Textile Federation will be presenting its
international fashion prize, the Swiss Textiles Award, for the 10th time
at the Schiffbau in
Zurich on the occasion of the Stella Contemporary Fashion Award event.
Stella Contemporary Fashion Award 2009
The Swiss Textile Federation will be presenting the Swiss Textiles Award for the 10th time on 12 November 2009 at the Schiffbau in Zurich.This is one of the world’s best endowed fashion prizes for young designers. The prize is worth 100,000 euros to the competition winner. The prize has given a career boost to former winners, many of whom now enjoy an international reputation.
The fashion designer - who is a strict vegetarian and refuses to use animal
hides in her collections - admits making attractive, non-leather shoes can
be hard, but it determined to make her designs as desirable as possible.
She said: "It is 70 per cent more expensive for us to make non-leather shoes. Thank God we have a profitable business and can afford to do it. But ultimately, I'm a fashion designer and I see it as my job to create a desirable pair of boots, whether they are made from recycled cotton or a cardboard box. I find the technical challenge thrilling."
The British designer - who refuses to use animal hides in her designs
- is determined to persuade the 23-year-old actress to ditch any clothes containing
A source told Britain's Daily Mail newspaper: "Stella is concerned that Lindsay is going overboard with her use of leather.
"Lindsay wears a lot of Stella's designs and she doesn't want to be associated with such a high-profile star who insists on wearing animal products.'
The 37-year-old designer - who has three kids with her publisher husband
Alasdhair Willis - is teaming up with GapKids and babyGap for the new line,
which will launch later this year.
Stella said: "For years now I've wanted to create a collection for children, it's something I've often been asked about. I believe that this one off collaboration will be a great way for customers to be able to participate in the Stella McCartney brand."
The British designer insists it is fine to follow the latest trends, but warns fashion lovers must give their clothing a twist to ensure they stand out form the crowd.
She said: "Style it your way. Add accessories, roll up a sleeve or turn up a collar. Create a unique look. Mix a couple of pieces with your own existing wardrobe.
"Choose a statement piece by wearing the prints or embroidered pieces alone to give them breathing space."