British fashion designer Stella McCartney brightened up the penultimate day of Paris Autumn/Winter 2017/18 Fashion Week with varied palettes and dancing models on Monday.
The models hit the catwalk in Paris Opera venue, Palais Garnier, wearing chic, slouchy clothing, giving off a relaxed but effortlessly elegant vibe.
The ensemble of outfits painted a beautiful picture with wide-ranging, pastel colour palettes. The collection featured many jumpsuits, oversized jackets, checkered tweeds, loose cotton fabrics, fake leather and suede, grounding the designs in the ambit of classic British fashion.
The finale upped the feel-good factor of the show, as the hall in the Paris Opera palace turned into a stage for the parading models to dance away to George Michael’s ‘Faith’, in what appeared to be a tribute to the late artist.
McCartney launched her own fashion house in 2001 and showed her first collection in Paris in October of the same year. – REUTERS