Stella McCartney made a mix of sea-inspired pieces and mannish tailoring together for her s/s ’09 show
Stella McCartney presented her light collection Spring/Summer 2009 at Paris Fashion Week.
The line restored sex request to McCartney’s fashion vocabulary, in a color largely centred upon flesh-tones and soft pastels.
High-voltage jumpsuits, with low-slung lapels, and frisky short-suits, open to the waist, put cleavage high on the agenda.
Cowl-back, loose tunics revealed a parallel show of bare spine and impudent, satin shorts came with a little French Maid’s “apron” in front.
Starfish fancywork on oversized, pineapple, hooded kaftans, cowrie and palm-tree prints and Perspex shell jewelry underlined the summery mood of the clothes.
Stella McCartney also put renovated expressiveness on one of her skills – masculine tailoring – in slouchy blazers, with shoulder-pads, worn with semi transparent, sequined slips, strapless, bow-front mini-dresses and T-shirts and slim trousers.
As the models made their finale entrance they moved into the 1970 Paul McCartney song, “Maybe I’m Amazed” – one of the former Beatles’ favorites, which he dedicated to his late wife, Linda.
It’s quite moving,” Sir Paul said, with tears in his eyes. “The show was beautiful. She’s beautiful.”
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