What’s in the Stella McCartney x The Beatles collection?
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See all the images of the groovy new line that'll make you want to twist and shout.
English fashion designer Stella McCartney has put out some pretty quirky collections in the past, but she may have just gone and released our favourite one yet. Drawing inspiration from last year's 50th anniversary of the iconic Beatles film, Yellow Submarine, McCartney has officially launched a line to celebrate her dear old dad and his former band.
Initially debuted at Glastonbury by singer Billie Eilish, the All Together Now line is now available for purchase both from Farfetch and on the Stella McCartney site. The capsule features ready to wear pieces for men, women and children alongside accessories such as guitar cases, record cases and handbags.
Each design from the collection draws inspiration from the psychedelic Yellow Submarine film and features work by graphic designer Heinz Edelmann. Some of the standout pieces from the line include a crew neck sweater featuring the motif All You Need Is Love, a tailored coat adorned all over with The Beatles badges and a totally psychedelic fur-free fur coat. Money may not be able to buy love, but it can buy these designs, and that's close enough for us.
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Following McCartney's commitment to sustainability, all pieces from the new line are made from sustainable materials, including organic cotton jersey and denim, sustainable viscose, regenerated cashmere and a new 100% recycled cotton called Breton.
The All Together Now line also features a campaign which McCartney is hoping will spread a message of peace, love and unity. In a statement, she said that the idea for the capsule came to her after she attended a screening of Yellow Submarine.
"It affected me in a way I just wasn't expecting. Especially this idea of connecting people and bringing people together—politically this message has never been more relevant. So, I came out and I was like 'I have to do something'."
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Images: Stella McCartney