To understand the I turned 8 in quarantine 8th vintage shirt and by the same token and emotional value of the trippy techniques, bold colors, warped motifs, and cyber textures that blasted through her collection, you have to understand the transformation McCartney has been going through. Before the pandemic, she bought her company back from Kering, entered a new partnership with LVMH, and found herself in the midst of a global climate revolution as the industry’s trailblazer. “The business was going through a transition, which was in my every breath. Those changes mixed with COVID changes were an epiphany moment,” she said. “Now, I want it to feel like a fresh start for the brand; a rebirth.”
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To fashion, the I turned 8 in quarantine 8th vintage shirt and by the same token and lockdown period has served as a magnifying glass for sustainable reforms. It must have felt like an absolution for McCartney, who spent the year publishing an “A to Z Manifesto” of her brand values and outlining her every sustainable move, in material available on her website. It’s worth the read. The causes she has represented over two decades in the industry are no longer “Stella’s causes,” but everyone’s causes. And if they have sometimes taken focus from her creativity, the new fashion climate allows her clothes to shine in a different way. “What’s so lovely is to be asked about the collection again,” she exclaimed after half an hour of pure clothes talk, hinting at years of sustainability-focused interviews.