Stella McCartney Spring 2011 | Paris Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published October 4, 2010

Inspired by menswear tailoring, the spring 2011 collection from Stella McCartney once again showcased the juxtaposition of the masculine and feminine–a common theme for this Paris Fashion Week. In addition to the tuxedo style jackets, citrus prints, high slit dresses and denim blazers also made an appearance on the runway.










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10 thoughts on “Stella McCartney Spring 2011 | Paris Fashion Week”

  1. Some of the worst designs at Paris which has some of the worst clothes generally ever put on show, this is just Woolworths and Coles (I’m Australian, but you know what I mean).

    Turgid.

  2. Idk about the two comments above me, but Stella and Celine are quite known for their Minimalism and every day clothing. I personally love both.

  3. is that iris? what a haircut! love it <3
    and the collection…I've seen better ones by her, but it follows the trends and it's still quite her style

  4. Im also gonna add, that the fruit pattern is ridiculous. Bannanas at Prada, oranges at Stella, wtf is going on???

  5. My kitchen has EXACTLY this oranges pattern, and i have always hated it…i like some outfits but the entire collection is a little ‘blah’ xD

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