He may have gone but he’s defiantly not forgotten, especially by the daughter of rock royalty. Known for his iconic and uplifting music, George Michael who sadly passed away on December 25 last year was the epitome of a true fun filled finale at the Stella McCartney A/W17 show in Paris last night.
Throwing tradition out of the window just as Michael once did, McCartney had models storm the runway dancing and shouting out the lyrics to the late singer’s famed song ‘Faith’. Showcasing the collection which encompassed a whole scope of designs celebrating British heritage, the models filled the room with a contagious energy that had attendees dancing in their seats.
From equestrian detail a plenty which included prints of wild horses and tailoring fit for the country, McCartney was also inspired by the 18th-century artist George Stubbs of whom she cited in her show notes. A whole host of outerwear followed from the classic parka to trench coats and quilted outwear topped off with a silk scarf tied around the models heads.