Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney

from http://www.stellamccartney.com/experience/en/stellas-world/about-stella/ "Born and raised in London and the English countryside, Stella McCartney graduated from Central St Martins in 1995. A signature style of sharp tailoring, natural confidence and sexy femininity was immediately apparent in her first collection and after only two collections, in 1997, she was appointed the Creative Director of Chloe in Paris and enjoyed great success during her tenure. Stella McCartney launched her own fashion house under her name in a partnership with Kering as a 50/50 joint venture and showed her first collection in Paris in October 2001. A lifelong vegetarian, Stella McCartney does not use any leather or fur in her designs. Her collections include women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, eyewear, fragrance and kids."
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SMALL DICE NECKLACE

Brass necklace featuring a dice pendant. Fine chain and clasp closure with Stella McCartney logo disc.
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LOVE CHARM BRACELET

This modern take on the classic charm bracelet features the letters l-o-v-e on brass charms – the ideal gift for a loved one.
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CAVENDISH TOTE

Medium sized alter nappa Boston bag in black featuring zip line embroidery detail. A geometric and structured shape with a wide opening, zip fastening and dual handles. Interior pocket and gold Stella McCartney logo engraved tag.
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ARROW NECKLACE

Brass necklace featuring a play arrow pendant. Fine chain and clasp closure with Stella McCartney logo disc.
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BRITT SHOES

Alter nappa Oxford-style shoes in black featuring a sustainable wood platform wedge with a contrasting white chunky rubber saw-edge sole. Lace fastening with a squared off toe.
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FALABELLA SHAGGY DEER FOLD OVER TOTE

Fold over Falabella tote in light grey shaggy deer fabric with ruthenium chain hardware and Stella McCartney logo disc. Fully lined with Stella McCartney logo print nylon, inside pocket and top snap closure. This tote can be worn two ways, folded over as a shoulder bag or as a handheld tote.
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