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Stella McCartney Relives The '60s With Her New Beatles-Inspired Collection

A lineup of items ranging from faux fur coats to knit sweaters, bags and shoes.

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Stella McCartney Relives The '60s With Her New Beatles-Inspired Collection

A lineup of items ranging from faux fur coats to knit sweaters, bags and shoes.

After announcing it will join LVMH, Stella McCartney has revealed a collection of apparel and accessories paying homage to the designer’s father, Paul McCartney‘s, legendary band, The Beatles. The partnership made its initial debut earlier this year at Glastonbury Festival where Billie Eilish took the stage in a custom two-piece outfit featuring Yellow Submarine character Blue Meanies.

Dubbed the All Together Now collection, items include a T-shirt, knit sweaters, sweatshirts, coats and accessories like bags and sneakers emblazoned with some of the most iconic lines and motifs reminiscent of the British band, including a yellow submarine, John Lennon’s face and “All you need is love.” A highlight piece is the Multicolor The Beatles Edition ‘Fur Free Fur’ Coat sporting vibrant red, pink, yellow and blue hues in a graphic pattern. You can cop this piece in preparation for the winter season for a rock ‘n’ roll look.

McCartney was inspired to create this lineup after watching a digital relaunch of the band’s 1968 animated film. “I hadn’t seen it since I was young, and honestly it blew my mind. It affected me in a way I just wasn’t expecting. Especially this idea of connecting people and bringing people together — politically this message has never been more relevant. So, I came out and I was like ‘I have to do something,” she announced in a statement.

Just like all of its other products, the collaborative pieces are made of sustainable materials like organic cotton jersey and denim along with regenerated cashmere. The Beatles x Stella McCartney collection is now available at the designer’s web store as well as stockists like SSENSE with prices ranging from $350 USD to $1,655 USD.

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