Stella McCartney Spring/ Summer 2013 Show at Paris Fashion Week

Designer Stella McCartney created 38 womenswear looks for her Ready-to-Wear show.

This collection, like many of Stella’s past seasons, had both masculine and feminine influences, which were apparent throughout the runway collection. Highlights of the line included boxy suits and sporty dresses. The tracksuit was the perfect example of how sportswear and ready-to-wear seem to be almost interchangeable this season. Fashionable looks from the show were loose pants, T-shirts, sleeveless dresses, dropped-waist dresses and organza dresses. See-through sheer looks were also a prominent trend. All models were styled in Perspex platforms. Runway show’s color palette included: deep green, tangerine orange and royal blue.

Photography credit: style.com/ Filippo Fior

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