The man spring-summer 2018 as seen by Stella McCartney is romantic and adventurous, he likes lightness but knows how to keep his seriousness. Sunset on pastel tones. The British designer invites us to go to Ibiza for a well-deserved vacation, as indicated by the embroidery on the back of a silk shirt with floral patterns or a sweater. Vacation program? "Desire", "devotion", "euphoria" as suggested by these same Japanese embroideries. The illustrations Venuson a shirt, a t-shirt, signed by the Japanese designer Pater Sato, who once collaborated with Playboy, give this collection - and the summer - a sensual accent.
If the emotions are strong, the attitude is always relaxed, and eco-responsible: 70% of the collection is made from sustainable materials. The English designer offers suits with clean cuts that draw a silhouette with clean and precise contours, while keeping a sportswear comfort, as with this jacket with 4 zipped pockets on the front. The double-breasted suit jacket is paired with high-waisted pants whose flared sides fall to the ground. A wardrobe for a summer dressed up, but not too much.
For its men's line, launched just one year ago, Stella McCartney was inspired by the work of Edward Sexton, a tailor from Savile Row where her father Paul used to work, and where she started her career.