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Stella McCartney celebrates twenty years as a vegan brand with her most sustainable collection to date. Her new Pre-fall 2021 collection, woven from 80% eco-friendly materials, previews the future of fashion in general, and skiwear in particular.
Following its collaborative episode with adidas this summer, the British ethical fashion pioneer presents an avant-garde take on skiwear, preparing the rotation for the winter months.
Sustainability becomes the focus of this collection, with vibrant and neutral tones, color-blocking, and harmonious prints. Sporty silhouettes in the form of nylon jackets or patchwork trousers are mixed for the occasion with fitted pieces such as bodycon dresses and 40’s style blouses.
In the eco-futuristic offer, we see how Stella highlights a series of textures and materials such as recycled polyester Teddy Matt or her iconic floral prints, this time in swimming costumes that take us back to the aesthetics of the 90s.
The accessories finish off the looks, in communion with this chromatic and energetic range, with pieces such as the emblematic Falabella bag in a maxi edition or the Elyse platforms, now reimagined as closed-toe clogs.
Check out the gallery above for Stella McCartney’s Pre-fall 2021 collection, which will be available in shops and on the official Stella McCartney website from 10 June.