Blending sweet femininity with off-duty styling, Stella McCartney’s satorial domain is the epitome of modern style and sustainability. A strict no fur and leather free goods brand, the house has legions of loyal fans which includes a long A-list clientele. A native Londoner, McCartney developed her namesake label in 2001 as part of the Gucci Group. A few years later, the visionary would collaborate with Adidas and would even create a low-priced collection for H&M. Lauded for its ‘responsible luxury,” the elegant and ethical brand is famous for its tailored blazers, oversize knitwear and pastel-hued tops and trousers. Its most iconic item is the Falabella bag, which features vegan leather, chain detailing and slouchy body that is easily folded into a clutch.