Stella Nina McCartney born in London, September 13, 1971, second daughter of former Beatles member Paul McCartney and his first wife Linda. stella-paul-linda-mccartney Le Chic

She began to be interested in fashion at the age of 12, when she created her first dress.

At the age of 15 he began working in the sector, participating in the creation of the first collection of the French designer Christian Lacroix.

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In 1995 he presented his first collection where some of his friends and models Naomi Campbell, Yasmin Le Bon and Kate Moss paraded for free.

For the occasion, the father composed the song Stella May Day, as the musical theme.

He has worked for the fashion houses Chloé and Gucci and has produced a sports line for the Adidas brand, a line of clothes and accessories for the international chain H&M and a handbag line for the LeSportSac brand.

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In 2004 he designed the clothes for Madonna's Re-invention tour, those for the summer tour of Annie Lennox and the costumes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Jude Law for the film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.

A lifelong vegetarian, the designer uses neither leather nor fur for her creations.

The Stella McCartney collections range from women's and men's ready-to-wear, to accessories, lingerie, eyewear, perfumes and a children's line.

Today there are 51 Stella McCartney mono-brand boutiques in various parts of the world, its collections are distributed in over 77 countries thanks to a network of 863 retailers, including specialty stores and department stores, and are available online in 100 countries worldwide .

In the winter of 2010 Stella McCartney presented the Falabella bag: characterized by intertwined chain details, over the years it has become one of the best-selling designer pieces. the c The famous Falabella bag, which now fully belongs to the group of it-bags, is known for being made with top quality eco-leathers that have nothing to envy to real leather.

On the occasion of the 2012 Olympics, Stella McCartney was appointed Creative Director of the Great Britain team by adidas: it is the first time in the history of the Olympic Games that an internationally renowned designer has designed the garments of a national team for all the disciplines of the Olympics and of the Paralympics.


Stella McCartney's commitment to sustainability, evident in all its collections, is an integral part of the brand's philosophy, which aims to be a responsible, honest and up-to-date company.

The Maison does not use leather or fur but new alternative materials, the use of cutting-edge technologies, the drive towards circularity, the protection of forests and environmental impact control, respect for the environment and working with nature , looking for sustainable materials, hope to enrich the environment and protect it for the future. As Cashmere is one of nature's most important materials, they are helping to protect the future of this incredible material by redefining "waste". They aim to prove that it is possible to create the most luxurious products without causing unnecessary harm to the planet.
The viscose comes only from sustainable forests.

Organic cotton eliminates the use of toxic chemicals and persistent, improves soil health and increases water conservation. This also improves the environment for farmers and their communities as they try to increase the amount of certified organic cotton and use it in their collections.

They believe that everyone should earn a fair wage.

They work with an entire network of collaborators and NGOs who help them achieve their sustainability goals and ambitions for a circular economy.

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