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This camel-brown Ombretta jacket from Stella Jean appeared in the label's AW14 runway show and perfectly captures its eclectic aesthetic. The lightweight striped cotton body is ideal for now, but the shearling-trimmed lapels will have you covered well into the season. Balance the boxy cut with one of the label's signature pencil skirts.
Stella Jean Ombretta striped jacket £630 £315
Animals were present in many an AW14 runway show, and Stella Jean incorporated them into a number of her distinctive patterns. This burgundy cotton skirt features contrasting, multicoloured panels printed with schools of green fish. The high, wide waistband keeps it flattering and polished; tuck in a clashing print shirt for that signature Stella Jean finish.
Combining expert Italian craftsmanship with Haitian-inspired prints, Stella Jean converts the most conventional designs into hero pieces. The Daria shirt is crafted from pure silk, printed with bold blue and burgundy stripes, and finished with a soft neck-tie. Adhere to the brand's eclectic styling and team with contrasting prints.
Stella Jean Daria striped silk shirt £258 £180
These Garofano shorts from Stella Jean have been cut from tactile waxed cotton to a mini length. Printed with a striped design and swallow motif, they nod to the labels multicultural influences. Team them with a short-sleeved shirt in contrasting shades for an eclectic combination.
Known for its breathtaking prints and kaleidoscope mixes, Stella Jean brings you a vivid print dress updated with a sartorial edge. Attached with an underlying striped shirt, this contoured style is a surefire way to have you noticed with the comfort of easy dressing.
Stella Jean continues to apply vibrant, tribal prints to classic, ladylike pieces a winning formula that has won the designer critical acclaim. This pleated, voluminous skirt is decorated with a bright, electric-blue and mustard-yellow Delfina chain pattern and falls to an elegant knee length. Made from cotton, it's a chic piece that'll breath new life into your everyday wardrobe.
Stella Jean draws inspiration from vibrant African wax prints to create this multicoloured Barbara dress. Its cut to a flattering, 1950s-style silhouette, with the label's signature blue and white striped shirt sleeves and point collar creating a layered effect. Wear this striking design with minimal accessories and let it take centre stage.
Invest in Stella Jean's unique take on pop-culture nostalgia with this Drunia sweatshirt. The oversized khaki-green design is made from a soft, fleece-backed stretch-cotton jersey and adorned with a poster print for the iconic 1978 film, 'Every Which Way But Loose'. Wear it in true Stella Jean style with bold clashing prints and vertiginous heels.
The vibrant, tribal-inspired pattern on this pencil skirt featured across Stella Jean's AW14 runway. Crafted from pure cotton, it has a wide waistband that smoothes the silhouette and falls to a demure knee length. Take your cue from the designer and pair with a shirt in a contrasting print it's smart dressing the most contemporary way.
Be the vanguard in eclectic dressing with this printed pencil skirt from Stella Jean. Impeccably cut and crafted in Italy, this diverse separate will stand out from your wardrobe with warm exuberance. Patterned with a personalised floral motif, this complementary yellow and blue piece will uplift your ensemble with colourful vibrancy.
Stella Jean adds to her illustrious print archive with this Assunta Patrizia-print skirt. The voluminous style is lined in tulle for added body and sits high on the waist. Tuck in a loose-cut T-shirt or a roll-neck knit to emulate one of the label's signature looks.
Stella Jean Assunta Patrizia-print skirt £445 £267
This season, Stella Jean puts her own inimitable spin on the traditional striped cotton shirt. Complete with a stiff point collar and centre-front button fastening, this menswear-inspired design will make a polished addition to the labels voluminous skirts or high-waisted tailoring.
Stella Jean Carmela striped cotton shirt £150 £105
This Gelso jacket was first seen on Stella Jeans SS14 runway, and demonstrates the labels eye for print perfectly. The structured, double-breasted style is cut from striped cotton-twill and finished with mother-of-pearl buttons. Wear it with neutral separates for a modern nautical look.
Stella Jean Gelso striped jacket £528 £264
Stella Jean showcased a statement peacock print on her AW14 runway, and this Irma cotton skirt is a wearable translation. Designed to sit high on the waist and fall to a voluminous, tulle-filled silhouette, this is her signature style at its elegant best. Wear it with brightly coloured knits or a crisp cotton shirt.
This Fiorella card-symbol sweater is the perfect partner to Stella Jean's line of statement, wax-print skirts, but is a statement piece in itself. Made in Italy from blue virgin wool and fully lined in cotton, it's a polished take on the perennial graphic knit. Take your cues from the runway styling and cinch it at the waist.
Stella Jean Fiorella card-symbol sweater £420 £294
Visually appealing to resemble an actual textured garment, this structured skirt from Stella Jean is fancifully preened for an abstract appearance. Splayed with large peacock feathers that are rendered in bright colours to uplift any outfit, this piece can be worn with sky-high heels to lengthen its puffed up form.
Vibrant African wax prints have become Stella Jean's calling card, and she takes them into autumn with this long-sleeved cotton dress. The bold pattern is anchored by exaggerated ivory crepe cuffs and a detachable collar in the same colour. Slip it on with a pair of the season's dress flats.
Stella Jean Pamela printed cotton dress £655 £327