Party Pants and Fun Prints Take Over Stella McCartney's FW21 Collection
Dreaming of post-pandemic dressing.
Having teamed up with Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara for the Spring/Summer 2021 season, Stella McCartney has now unveiled her latest collection for Fall/Winter 2021. Showcased at the Tate Modern in London, the range is inspired by “D is for Desire” from the designer’s “A to Z” manifesto.
Reflecting on the current global situation, each look expresses our longing for getting dressed and going out. Extravagant patterns and colors are combined with edgy textures and fabrics to celebrate the heritage of the fashion label. A fuchsia pink dress arriving in a body-hugging silhouette with wrinkled details is paired with sequin purple boots. More pops of color are spotted on the thigh-high footwear styles, while comfort is emphasized through a series of flared pants. Psychedelic, warped checkerboard patterns are further added for a dynamic touch on knit sweaters and skirts.
As always, Stella McCartney keeps sustainability in mind by using eco-friendly materials. This time around, 77 percent of the FW21 collection is made with wool sourced from ethical and responsible farms, PVC-free sequins and more. The cropped and oversized MA1 jacket is crafted with regenerated nylon and ECONYL® while the bodycon dresses are made using forest-friendly viscose. Accessories are also responsibly made with vegan and cruelty-free handbags, biodegradable Chelsea duck boots and more.
Scroll through the gallery above for all of the looks in Stella McCartney’s FW21 collection and watch the digital presentation below.