Paul McCartney and wife Nancy look beloved in the front row while supporting the Paris Fashion Week show of his daughter Stella
Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy showed up in support of his daughter Stella & Paris Fashion Week show at the Opéra Garnier on Monday.
The Beatles legend, 77, and Nancy, 59, took the front row seat for the 48-year-old debut in her Spring / Summer 2020 collection.
Paul was cheerful when he arrived at the 19th-century opera house alongside a host of stars, including Ellie Goulding, Maisie Williams, Kaia Gerber, Vivienne Westwood and Iris Law.
Number one fans: Paul McCartney and his wife Nancy showed up to support his daughter Stella & # 39; s Paris Fashion Week show that was held Monday at the Opéra Garnier
Paul looked neat in a black suit and a simple white shirt, while Nancy cut a glamorous figure in a black mini dress with corset details.
Stella has stepped out of the shadow of her father Paul and has built a fashion empire around ethical thinking and recycled fabrics.
A lifelong vegetarian, McCartney uses no leather or fur in her designs and has influenced designers Burberry, Versace, Calvin Klein and Gucci to go fur-free.
Fashionista: Stella has stepped out of the shadow of her father Paul and has built a fashion empire in the field of ethical thinking and recycled fabrics
Dressed to impress: Paul looked smart in a black suit and a simple white shirt, while Nancy cut a glamorous figure in a black minidress with corset details
The fashion icon recently discussed her & # 39; sober & # 39; upbringing – revealing that her iconic musician father and mother Linda & # 39; her never a lot of money & # 39; and as a result, she would always shop in vintage and second-hand stores.
In an interview with PorterEdit, she explained: & # 39; I grew up in a family that doesn't throw things away. And it sounds crazy, but as a child I didn't have a huge amount of money.
& # 39; My father and mother were really smart; I went to an extensive [school] school and didn't get much money, so I went to vintage and second hand stores and markets to buy clothes.
& # 39; I think that is the future and I would encourage children to rent clothes and buy second-hand because you don't always have to go for that quick solution. It's much more exciting and cooler, & she commented.
Stella also spoke sweetly about her late mother Linda, who died in 1998 – and confessed to her & # 39; greatest style inspiration & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; I think she had the coolest sense of style ever, but for me it was cool because it was her. It was a true reflection of her that it really didn't matter what people thought and because I'm the wife of a Beatle, I find that pretty impressive.
& # 39; It's not that she was openly self-confident, it's just that she really knew herself and wasn't afraid of being herself. So I admire women who are really honest about what they wear. & # 39;
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