The New Stella McCartney Collection Celebrates The Beatles

Stella McCartney has officially launched the new Stella Menswear Autumn Winter 2019 collection. Stella’s personal childhood, her family prints and most importantly his father’s iconic band The Beatles heavily influenced this collection and it shows, beautifully.

This collection has a lot of Beatle references, starting from the cinematic theme titled ‘All Together Now’; portraits of her father’s buddies John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison are all posterized and seen on the pieces, along with ‘All You Need is Love’ patches on shirting. The song “When I’m Sixty Four” made an appearance by number graphics on the classic grey overcoat, and not to mention a landscape from the iconic “Pepperland” scene from Yellow Submarine is also digitally-printed on organic cotton poplin shirt.

Not only The Beatles as the main inspiration, nautical utility is also a main part of this collection. Punk zipper details, workwear pockets, and statement workwear boots are all highlighting these items. Mixing nautical utility and The Beatles touch; you get a black wool military coat embellished with Beatles memorabilia badges and patches all over.

Accessories come in bold this time. The briefcase and holdall silhouettes logo bags are made from black Alter-Nappa with dynamic stripes. The crossbody bag is elevated by their luggage-inspired house monogram. The Vulca sneakers are also in bold stripes, favorite of the season, and their Eclypse sneakers are all clean in white Alter-Nappa and grey Alter-Suede. They also come in knitted version, in charged Fluro.

As a proud vegetarian brand, their vegetarian graphics return with additional “Powered By Plants” graphic. They also commit in their sustainability with their organic cotton jersey, organic cotton denim, and regenerated cashmere, along with an introduction to the new recycled cotton.

All in all, the Stella Menswear Autumn Winter 2019 collection is definitely a sweet, sweet ode to The Beatles’ legacy, with a touch of modern nautical utility.

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