Stella McCartney Fall/Winter 2012 Evening Collection

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published February 21, 2012

McCartney’s Starry EveningStella McCartney’s fall 2012 evening collection enlisted some top names for the lookbook including Shalom Harlow, Amber Valletta and Alexa Chung as models. The new collection is simple yet elegant featuring minimal shapes, marble prints, delicate lace and color blocking. A dreamy color palette of orange, cobalt blue, sea foam green, black and white is used to emphasize architectural contours. Metallic accents on belts and other accessories bring a glam touch to the evening looks.


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4 thoughts on “Stella McCartney Fall/Winter 2012 Evening Collection”

  1.  I’m not digging the proportions at all.  I mean, I get the intention, but it’s not working for me.  But maybe it’s partly the way the photos are done.

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