After graduating from Central Saint Martins in the mid-90s, Stella McCartney went on to work at Chloé in Paris before establishing her own luxury fashion house in 2001. She defines her look as “sharp tailoring, natural confidence and sexy femininity”, and her refusal to use leather or fur is just part of a commitment to leading “a responsible, honest, and modern company.”
Stella McCartney uses innovative processes and sustainable materials including organic cotton, forest friendly fibers, recycled polyester and regenerated cashmere to make all of its products. Find out more about NET SUSTAIN here.
Perforated faux leather pouch
+ NET SUSTAIN Falabella Go faux leather-trimmed printed shell belt bag
+ NET SUSTAIN perforated metallic faux leather tote
+ NET SUSTAIN mini perforated metallic faux leather bucket bag
+ NET SUSTAIN mini perforated faux leather bucket bag
The Falabella medium faux brushed-leather shoulder bag