Stella McCartney is not just her father’s daughter. Over the past 20 years, she’s made her mark as a designer, first at French fashion house Chloé and then her namesake label. And now, she’s finally branching into menswear. Her debut collection blends inspiration from her dad’s wardrobe and London’s streetwear scene with her Savile Row tailoring skills (learned from apprenticing under Edward Sexton).
These disparate influences work together to create a compelling whole — a robust collection of cashmere tracksuits, trippy prints, and distinct suiting. She’s also stuck to her ethical guns, championing environmental consciousness and vegan production by avoiding leather and fur. Maybe we’re amazed at the way she so seamlessly jumped into men’s fashion — but given her track record, we shouldn’t be.