Stella McCartney Spring Summer 2017: #StandOffDanceOff

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Stella McCartney’s Spring Summer 2017 Women’s Wear Collection was the dance party to finalize Paris Fashion Week.

The collection and runway show that seemed to be as much fun for the models as it was for the audience. Dance! Dance! Dance! And that is what the models did in a choreographed form and later a good ole dance off. Below is some social media recap of the party.

Models wore pieces, made entirely of organic fabrics and materials including funky button-ups, a-line dresses, and denim jumpsuits. Stella McCartney’s line has always been about empowering women with chic pieces to give them confidence whether at work or on vacation. Check out the vibrant bathing suits, and cropped pants, I am sure will be a big next summer! The designer herself captioned on instagram, I wanted the message to be love. I wanted it to be soulful,”

I wanted the message to be love. I wanted it to be soulful, sometimes you have to spell it out… x Stella

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Anna Wintour, was in attendance along with fellow fashion heavyweight, Carine Roitfeld and model Natalia Vodianova or “Supernova”. Actress, Salma Hayek made waves wearing statement sunglasses and the popular Stella McCartney platform sneakers in metallic silver and gold.

All in all, I would say this collection will be seen regularly on the women who live stylish, cultured lives. There are options for women with different fashion tastes. Girl power is always her message but it was cool to get sneak peek of the Stella McCartney’s Menswear line. The stylish suit was seen on her husband, Alasdhair Willis who was sitting front row to support his designer wife.

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