Stella McCartney is high-end to the point where I don’t know much about her designs. So, here is what I do know:
1. She designed clothes for BabyGap and GapKids, including a series of dresses so cute, they make me wish I were 11 years old. And I don’t think I’m alone, given that all the XL and XXL sizes are sold out.
2. She doesn’t use leather or fur in her designs, so Natalie Portman likes her a lot (I don’t know how I know this).
3. She apparently designs a line of what appears to be costumes for performance artists.
Come on. Can’t you just imagine that guy from your college wearing this? You know the one. His name’s probably something like “Chad,” he claims he’s from New York City but he’s actually from Westchester, and all the girls in his high school thought he was like, way deep. He would have been a beat poet 50 years ago, but since he can’t do that, he does spoken word performance art in a turtleneck jumpsuit.
As a side note, this is wool. Wool. I feel hot and itchy just looking at it.