Designers are slowly catching up to Stella McCartney’s sustainability conversation. But for the British designer, her ethical approach is an underpinning of good design. Her latest spring collection brings to light two key pieces to bridge the seasonal gap, modelled here by Project 0 cofounder Felix Radford and sculptor and activist Andrew MacGregor. Photography by Benedict Brink. Styling by Mark Vassallo.
Geometric, paisley, floral, check – if you’re going to do print this season, go all out. Felix, here wearing the 1950s shirt by Stella McCartney, says he approaches buying fashion consciously. ‘Being a model in the industry, I look out for conscious brands and get involved in championing them.’
An ode to crisp Savile Row tailoring with a retro west London twist, courtesy of colour-block heritage checks. For sculptor Andrew MacGregor, it’s all about the timeless quality. ‘I’m really into the simple concept of maintaining the things that I purchase.’
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