Stella McCartney

Eclypse Cut-out Sneaker

Colours: Off-White/Creme
Size: 35
€495.00

Stella McCartney's Eclypse sneakers are made from the label's signature faux leather and suede. Grounded on thick cushioned soles, these ones are detailed with a logo-woven heel tab. Draw attention to the neutral cutout panels with acid-bright socks.


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Estimated delivery time: ca. 3-5 days
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DETAILS
  • Eclypse sneakers featuring cut-outs
  • Lace fastening
  • Pumped-up sole (40 mm sole)
  • True to size
  • Care: Spot clean only with soft damp cloth
  • All of Stella McCartney's shoes and accessories are made from non-leather materials as part of their cruelty-free ethos.
COMPOSITION
  • Composition: 27% Polyurethane 73% Polyester
  • Made in Italy

ABOUT THE BRAND

Why we love it: Stella McCartney’s label has absolutely set the sustainable example in high-end fashion.

Boasting several huge achievements in eco-fashion – including designing Meghan Markle’s wedding reception dress – lifelong vegetarian Stella has always had ethics on her mind. Stella McCartney’s commitment to sustainability is evident throughout all her collections and is part of the brands' ethos of being a responsible, honest and modern company. Stella pushes boundaries to make luxurious products in a way that is fit for the world we live in today and the future: beautiful and sustainable. No compromises. From never using leather or fur and pioneering new alternative materials to utilising cutting edge technologies, and pushing towards circularity.

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