Stella McCartney Pulls In The A-Listers For Her Spring 2014 Presentation In New York

11 June 2013 by

If you can count on anyone to pull in the A-list fash pack, it's Stella McCartney. The Brit designer decamped to the Big Apple for the presentation of her Spring Summer 2014 collection in New York last night and boy, what a glitzy turn out!

Stella McCartney Spring 2014 Presentation In New York

Stella's pals including Madonna and Liv Tyler put in an appearance as well as her guest at this year's Met Ball, Cameron Diaz (sadly K-Stew was a no-show). Hollywood stars Julianne Moore and Naomi Watts also arrived while Liv's super-cool rocker dad Steven Tyler popped in to enjoy the fun too.

Stella McCartney Spring 2014 Presentation In New York

Kate Bosworth looked as resplendent as ever in a pearly pink shift dress - not unlike the frock Stella herself was wearing - and was joined by her director hubby-to-be Michael Polish. As if that wasn't fancy enough, catwalkers Helena Christensen and Jessica Stam lent their support while Anna Wintour perused the polished and playful collection.

Stella McCartney Spring 2014 Presentation In New York

Speaking of the Spring 2014 collection, we adore the snakeskin jacquard which the leggy models showcased at the shindig. Wild flowers, whimsical hearts, lips and matchstick patterns adorn the pieces and on the accessories front, Stella has championed ballerina flats and sandals in rose and silver tones. And don't forget the Beckett bag - this season, it's offered in new shapes and sizes including a slouchy backpack which has landed at the top of our wishlist.

Of course, sustainability is featured across the collection including sustainable wool and wood, organic fabrics, biodegradable rubber soles and eco-faux nappa, with the coating made of over 50% vegetable oil. Gorgeous AND eco-friendly - what's not to like?

See more from inside Stella's star-studded bash in the gallery below...


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