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- STELLA McCARTNEY
- Stella McCartney Ikat HoodieCotton blend zip-up hooded jacket featuring a front zip fastening, a hood, a snap button closure, long sleeves, a ribbed hem and cuffs, side seam pockets, a long length, an oversized fit, an abstract print and a front underlayer. Fits true to Italian sizing. Navy and White. 81% Cotton, 19% Polyamide. Dry Clean. Imported.
- Stella McCartney Dipped Tie Dye SweatshirtTie dye was a strong motif on Stella McCartney’s AW14 catwalk. Work the look into your wardrobe with the Dipped Tie Dye Sweater. Designed in midnight blue fleece-backed jersey, it features the printed motif in contrasting grey. Relaxed in fit, it will effortlessly elevate your off-duty ensembles.
- Stella McCartney Shibori-Dyed SweatshirtA sporty nod to the hand-hewn crafts trend, this pullover is dyed with a Shibori pattern. Crewneck. Dropped shoulder. Long sleeves. Elastic cuffs. Banded hem. Cotton/wool. Dry clean. Imported. Model shown is 5'10" (177cm) wearing US size 4.
- Stella Mccartney Geometric print zip front hoodieNo one plays on athletic elements more sophisticatedly than Stella McCartney and this geometric print hoodie speaks for itself. With a wide gusset hidden behind the zip placket, this piece is capable of creating a classic sweatshirt look, or a sui generis appeal when the detail is revealed.
- Stella Mccartney Tie dye sweatshirtWith a tie dye print design at the hem, this Stella McCartney sweatshirt can instantly set itself apart from its counterparts. Detailed with a button up fastening and a vent at the back, this piece is cool and stylish for embodying a street chic style.
- Stella McCartney Women's Sheer SweatshirtStella McCartneySheer Sweatshirt, BeigeDetailsSheer knit with banded trim.Crew neckline; dropped shoulders.Long sleeves.Pullover style.Polyester with cotton rim.Made in Italy.Designer About Stella McCartney:She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers. She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.