You "Can't Buy Me Love", but you can nab this retro-cool collection by Stella McCartney and The Beatles.

Pop-art prints, psychedelic swirls, and boatloads – or rather submarineloads – of nostalgia. Stella McCartney’s capsule collection in collaboration with The Beatles is a raucous explosion of colour and counter-culture cool.

Inspired by the film ‘Yellow Submarine’, which turned 50 last year, the line sees German artist Heinz Edelmann’s trippy illustrations splashed across tees, trainers and knitwear for both men and women.

Fittingly launched at this year’s Glastonbury – though the Fab Four never graced the Pyramid Stage – the collection was even seen on singer-songwriter Billie Eilish. She wore a custom set for her festival debut, adding to the speculation that the elder McCartney will perform at Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary next year.

Spreading the message of “peace, love and togetherness,” the campaign shows the newest members of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – emerging artists KEYAH/BLU, Joy Crookes, Oscar Jerome and Femi Koleoso.

We pulled apart the music, the lyrics, the psychedelia and the comedy and turned them into something new. – Stella McCartney

Stella’s signature Eclypse trainers are reimagined with straps the colour of ‘tangerine trees’ and ‘marmalade skies’, while the famous submarine bobs along tees, shirts and accessories that beam with sunny 60s optimism while remaining aesthetically rooted in the present.



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