Stella McCartney - Women's Autumn-Winter 2017/18 collection in Paris (with interviews)

Designer : Stella McCartneyAmbiance : in the Opera Garnier, in the lower rooms, a very intimate show (very few guests) with a first row made up of Salma Hayek, Pamela Anderson, Charlotte Casiraghi, Natalia Vodianova, Arizona Muse... Collection : New proportions at the heart of the collection with work on the tailoring inspired by equestrian outfits. The sleeves are given a new dimension, round and leaving towards the back, the crossed jacket with horizontal buttoning, the ample trousers often with a high waist.Total looks with the jumpers with a bustier effect- an integrated bra Lightness with the ultra-light nylon raincoatsLace for the tops made with an elevated jacket creating new volumes Chinese crepe silk dresses with a printed George Stubbs paintingTo note : Amazing materials such as the fake leather and organic denim, Stella continues her ethical work with success.& A finale like last season’s with a dance paying tribute to George MichaelInterviews Stella McCartney :What I did was really work on the proportions we had a lot of focus on the sleeves, and scaling them up and the precision of tailoring and shape and then having very nipped in waist and really just celebrating different parts of the female form.A lot of the tailoring we developed ourselves, we worked with Italian and British mills in really bringing the tradition of tailoring back in a modern way. Natalia Vodianova :I love Stella, and this collection was incredible, you just wanted to wear everything, the coat dresses are beautiful but the large, oversized shoulders make you look so cool, strong and sexy but at the same time it’s not obviously sexy, as a model this is the kind of show you want to be in. Pamela Anderson : She’s empowering women she is compassionate, she’s doing so many great things every season, I love everything, I know she’s now doing a vegan knitwear, so this is really exciting for everybody and I love the shape she’s really working with the female body and celebrating that, I want everything , I need everything. Music from the show (only to be used in the context of the show, protected by the right to information.)

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