STELLA MCCARTNEY designer handbags distressed gold metallic crunch fabric...

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STELLA MCCARTNEY designer handbags distressed gold metallic crunch fabric designer purses. Small bag suitable for vegetarians. The vintage feel to this fabric is obtained by a process of distressing the surface of the fabric. The crackled and distressed look will continue to develop over time. Front of bag has two pockets an open side pocket under the zipper and a side pocket with the zippered closure. Back of bag also has an open side pocket. Measures approximately 8.5 W x 7 H with a 3 inch depth. The detachable strap measures about 24 inches long. Silver toned hardware. Zip top closure with Stella McCartney engraved round metal pull tab. Fully lined interior with one zippered pocket with Stella McCartney Made in Italy embossed in black. Detachable coin or credit card wallet attached to bag. Measures about 5 W x 3 H. with zip top closure. Stella McCartney embossed in metal on the wallet. Guaranteed authentic. Comes with sleeper bag.

About Stella McCartney
from VOGUE
Stella McCartney was born in 1972, the daughter of ex-Beatle Sir Paul and Linda McCartney. She first hit the headlines herself in 1995, when she graduated from Londons Central St Martins College of Art & Design. Her graduation show, attended by her super-famous parents, featured pals Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss modelling her clothes on the catwalk.

Unsurprisingly, the student show became front page news around the world and the entire collection was snapped up by London boutique Tokio. McCartney launched her eponymous label the same year. Despite her newfound celebrity, she had already served a long apprenticeship in fashion. At 15, she worked with Christian Lacroix on his first couture collection and later spent several years learning her craft on Savile Row.

McCartney was appointed chief designer at the French couture house Chloe in March 1997. Succeeding Karl Lagerfeld in one of the most high profile posts in the industry, McCartneys appointment was viewed by many as simply an astute publicity stunt on the part of Chloes owners, the Vendôme group. However, her first collection for the house, shown in Paris in October 1997, quickly dispelled any doubts about her talent. Sensual and romantic, the collection teamed lacy petticoat skirts with fine tailoring and was hailed a triumph. Her delicate camisoles and Nineties updates of the Seventies trousersuit fast became the talk of the catwalk circuit. The following season, Chloe execs proved that her efforts had not only raised the houses profile, but had lifted its profits too.

Following the death of her mother in April 1998, Stella stepped up her fight against the maltreatment of animals, a cause Linda had always held dear. A month later, during Fur Fashion Week, she teamed up with PeTA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) to release a video championing animal rights.

In April 2000, she renewed her contract with Chloe, amid reports that she had turned down the offer of a position at rival house Gucci, because Gucci would have required her to work with leather. Exactly one year later, Gucci confirmed that they had signed McCartney up, with a view to developing her own label as a global luxury brand. The Chloe job was awarded to her righthand woman, Phoebe Philo.

In August 2001, it was reported that Stella had started dating Alasdhair Willis, the 31-year-old publisher of Wallpaper magazine known to friends as Mr Gucci, for his love of designer labels. The pair married in a celebrity-packed ceremony on the island of Bute off the West Coast of Scotland in August 2003. Stellas wedding dress was, in tribute to her late mother, whom Stella considers to have been a style icon, an updated version of the dress worn by Linda at her 1969 wedding to Stellas father. Stellas social life is legendarily star-studded. As well as being romantically linked with the likes of Lenny Kravitz in the past, her close friends include Kate Moss, Liv Tyler, and Madonna (known as Melly to Stellas Stelly), whose wedding dress she designed in 2000.

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