|Pieces from Stella McCartney's children's wear collection|
I was reading the Sunday Star Times magazine this weekend and came upon a fashion article about Stella McCartney's new children's wear collection. McCartney says that her biggest design influence was her own idyllic childhood - described growing up horse-riding and rolling in haybales. This influence has resulted in creating great looking children's clothes which are also practical. She says, "hopefully I'm not just dressing kids, but creating memories too."
The article mentioned her Worcestershire country house and garden where she, her husband and their children live, trying to replicate the same lifestyle and childhood she had for her children.
I found a magazine editorial of her stunning garden through Vogue magazine. You can read more about the garden and how it came about here.
|Wisteria in flower on the Georgian Manor|
|The herringbone patterned brick path|
|Flo Jo the horse|
|The 'Anniversary Garden'|
|The 'Engagement Garden'|
|Central urn surrounded by gorgeous cottage flowers|