Despite a slew of shapeless black tents, Stella McCartney did manage to stun me with some select looks. The handcrafted, one-of-a-kind quality of these pieces feels less commercial than many other collections', and one can hardly believe that these items were not inherited from a fashionable great-great grandmother in Paris (or London). It is precisely this quality that I search for in clothes, and the commonplace has become something I eschew with high disdain (I can barely stand to look at the Gap). Clothes need to be as individual as you are.
1. Are you sure you didn't get this from a museum vault?