For those that wish to escape from busy city life in favor of a beautiful and simplified return to nature, Stella McCartney’s Spring 2024 collection is a must-have. Concocting the idea of the Lady Garden, the brand’s latest drop is a surrealist sanctuary meditating on the themes of womanhood, nature, and animals

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Full of lush tones like raspberry, floral pink, sky blue, grass, and tangerine, the collection is balanced with gentle neutrals like black, white, camel, grey, oat, caramel, gesso, and faded khaki green. McCartney was particularly inspired by the early years of her career, referencing her personal archive with day-to-night corsets, proving the most iconic vintage nod is sometimes yourself. 

Having hand-drawn the Lady Garden print in her London atelier, the designer aims to celebrate women of all ages by balancing the masculine and feminine, natural and utilitarian. These balances are shown in pieces like shirting with Floral Cornely embroidery and abstract jacquard referencing microscopic views of butterfly wings.

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Many items from the collection are also understatedly sexy, featuring figure-hugging ribbed knits and luxe lurex-striped and sequinned separates. For a more casual summer aesthetic, the line offers floor-length t-shirt dresses and oversized cardigans in fluffy RAS-certified responsibly sourced alpaca yarn. For accessories, McCartney is offering the Elsa footwear family, made up of sculptural heels inspired by archival Stella design. The Elsa family comes in a variety of styles like pointed pumps, mules, and ankle boots. 

Sticking with the brand’s commitment to sustainable and ethical practices, 90 percent of Stella McCartney’s Spring 2024 collection is crafted from responsible materials. As always, the collection is free from animal leather, feathers, fur, and skins. As innovative alternatives, the brand uses fabrics like forest-friendly viscose, regenerative cotton, recycled nylon, GRS recycled cashmere, and RWS wool from traceable sources.

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