To say that Stella McCartney makes clothes for the “working woman” is somewhat reductive. Her designs straddle day-to-evening work and play with an effortless, feminine utility, and her Spring 2015 collection kept consistent with that idea. Swishy, wide-legged pants looked chic and comfortable, as did body-skimming, ribbed knit tunics, and skirts in peach, cream, and deep blue. Thick denim appeared in culottes and a button-down raglan baseball shirt. Filmy plaid-printed, bias-cut frocks and silk jumpsuits were light and airy. Our favorite looks, the little printed dresses that closed the collection, featured a mishmash of multicolored patterns and sheer inserts as delicate as a butterfly wing—perfect for a summer on the Amalfi Coast.
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