The Fashion Revolution | Stella McCartney for The EDIT

The latest cover star of The EDIT—Stella McCartney, her lifestyle and career choices have always defied convention, but now that she has full control of her eponymous label, STELLA McCARTNEY is ready to redefine the rules around ethical and sustainable fashion once again. Wearing elevated yet effortless tailoring, the designer and activist talks about the future of sustainable fashion and how to feel empowered through your wardrobe.

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Stella McCartney Winter 2018 Campaign

This season Stella McCartney takes us back to her childhood in one of her most personal ad campaigns yet. The campaign was shot in Scotland, Campbeltown, where Stella grew up as a child. It embraces nature as well as a sense of escape and freedom. Set against a beguiling Scottish landscape that reflects the new collection’s softly deconstructed, textural and timeless looks.

“The ocean, the bagpipers from the Kintyre School –  – these are all part of my childhood memories. It is one of my most emotional ad campaigns ever; it allowed me to connect with the local people and nature. I worked with Johnny Dufort and the models He Cong, Julia Banas, and Nina Marker to bring life, personality and a kind of character into the clothes and into the entire spirit of the shoot. Johnny brings a kind of sense of humor, a sense of comedy.” – Stella McCartney

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Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2018 PFW

Stella McCartney’s Fall Winter 2018 collection, presented at the Opéra Garnier in Paris, featured an edgy take on suits, with waistcoasts revealing a bare back, layered shorts over trousers cut from the same cloth, and linings worn as sleeves.

“The inside of things sometimes has a more sensual relationship with the wearer,” McCartney said of the looks, adding she had mixed pieces from men and women’s wardrobes.

“The linings have so much character to them, you never seen them and they’re always so incredible,” the designer, who partly trained with a Savile Row tailor, added.

Looks for next winter included knitwear, such as a chunky striped poncho with layers of different yarns, and dresses in stretchy velour etched with prints from 20th century British artist J.H. Lynch, known for his paintings of sultry women.

 Check out all the runway looks below.

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