Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2014 Ready To Wear – Paris Fashion Week


The new Stella McCartney Fall Winter Ready To Wear 2014 collection walked the catwalk during Paris Fashion Week yesterday. Stella always brings an edge to her otherwise classic pieces and this collection was no different, everything was very dark, detailed and dramatic!

One of my favourite looks is the combination above, especially the coat! The rope embroidery reminds me so much of roses, it’s beautiful! Embroidery in general was everywhere though, especially when it came to the knitwear! I think she did a fantastic job of incorporating it into the pieces without them looking too over the top! There was a whole array of colour, especially when it came to the dresses and they really stood out for me! The shapes and layering was beautiful, especially in the combination of colours for each piece! I can see these being worn to parties and looking incredible! Some of the oversized, yet perfectly tailored coats were incredible too! There’s nothing I love more than a coat that fits you in every way! Stella McCartney even showcased tweed and Shibori prints which were also eye catching. When it came to the shoes, she had platformed lace up Brogue style shoes with square toes, which usually you would consider to be quite masculine, but they looked incredibly feminine the way they were designed. I think everything is really well thought out in the Autumn Winter 2014 collection! Don’t you?

– The Fashion Supernova

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Hi! I’m Lorna, the owner and founder of The Fashion Supernova as well as the main writer. I started this blog back in July 2012 as a place to share all things fashion with you. As you probably know by now, I also have my own personal style and life blog, Raindrops of Sapphire, and I’m the editor of the top online denim blog as well, so blogging is definitely my passion! This site has since grown to accommodate many writers, guests and internships. Thank you for reading The Fashion Supernova and I hope that you enjoy it!

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