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Stella McCartney Just Brought The Beatles Back Together with a Yellow Submarine Collection

Her "All together now" collection is heavily-and obviously-inspired by her dad's former band.
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Stella McCartney, famed fashion designer and daughter of Sir Paul McCartney, just brought The Beatles back together—in terms of style, at least. This week, she dropped a collection with her brand called "All together now," which is heavily inspired by The Beatles' Yellow Submarine video. The inspiration isn't sneaky, either; there are bright neon prints on brown backgrounds, heavily shadowed text, and wavy (OK, trippy) designs. There are sweaters, button-fronts, and maybe the most amazing patch-covered jacket we have ever seen.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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