Stella McCartney Blue Asymmetric Mesh Cut-Out Dress

Condition: New With Tags
Price: Sold
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This blue Stella Mccartney asymmetric mesh cut-out dress is from the brand's striking new season collection. Crafted in Italy from soft cotton, the piece has been cut to a flattering knee length and showcases a flirtatious handkerchief hem and fun mesh cut-out detailing all over. For an on-brand take on warm weather dressing style yours with athleisure-inspired flatforms.

  • Mesh cut-out detailing all over
  • One-shoulder short sleeve
  • Cut to a flattering knee length
  • Hemline formed by panels of fabric which fall in points resembling the corners of a handkerchief
  • Concealed hook and zip fastening at side
  • No pockets
  • Nude lining
  • Specialist clean
  • Size on label 36
  • Breast: 81cm
  • Waist: 73cm
  • Lenght: 108cm
  • Retail price: $3,965

Stella MCCartney
Polyester and Nylon
Made in Italy

Stella MCCartney

She may be Paul McCartney's daughter, but Stella McCartney earned her way into the ranks of fashion's most elite designers.

She learned tailoring while working on London's Savile Row, did an internship with Christian Lacroix, and served as creative director at Chloe (succeeding none other than Karl Lagerfeld). She launched her own label in 2001 and has made her mark with sweet and sophisticated designs that reflect both her signature style and her personal philosophy by incorporating a natural confidence and consciously avoiding all use of leather and fur.

Unrivalled tailoring skills and a strict animal product-free philosophy have sealed Stella McCartney's place as one of fashion's most talented and ethical designers.