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Stella McCartney (1972-), Fashion designer; daughter of Sir Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney

Sitter in 6 portraits
Fashion designer, daughter of Linda and Paul McCartney. Worked with Christian Lacroix and Betty Jackson before studying fashion at St Martin's School of Art. Her final year collection (1995) modelled by friends Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell was bought by stores such as Browns and Joseph. In 1997 succeeded Karl Lagerfeld as head designer at Chloé. In 2001 launched her own fashion house in partnership with the Gucci group. Her humorous feminine designs are worn by celebrities such as Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow. Stella opened her London store in May 2003 and launched her eponymous perfume in September 2003.

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P1024

Women in Fashion

by Mario Testino
C-type colour print, 2000
NPG P1024

P1765

Stella McCartney

by Emma Hardy
C-type colour print, 24 May 2011
NPG P1765

x30045

Stella McCartney

by Norman Parkinson
bromide print, 1975
NPG x30045

x126205

Stella McCartney

by Mary McCartney
colour print, November 1998
NPG x126205

x131793

Stella McCartney

by Anna Bauer
C-type contact print, October 2007
NPG x131793

x126071

Stella McCartney

by Jean-Christophe Kahn, for Reuters
digital colour print, 15 April 1997
NPG x126071

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