Fashion designer Stella McCartney, daughter of the legendary Beatles singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, has a net worth of $75 million. In addition to her net worth, McCartney has made a successful career in a very competitive industry: That of fashion design. McCartney's interest in fashion design began at the young age of 13, which is how old she was when she designed her first jacket. From there, she aspired to make a living in the world of fashion design, and eventually scored an internship with the famous fashion designer Christian Lacroix at the age of 16. After this internship, she was blessed with many connections in the fashion design industry, and was able to have one of her collections modeled by celebrities such as Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss. One interesting distinguishing feature of McCartney's work in fashion design is her consciousness of animal rights. A supporter of PETA, McCartney has a "no animal" policy regarding her designs. However, some have pointed out that her fashion designs have contained animal byproducts such as wool and silk. In 1997, McCartney got a high profile job as the Creative Director of the French fashion house Chloe. Although her time at Chloe was short-lived, Stella McCartney is undoubtedly headed for big things in the world of fashion design.
Stella McCartney Net Worth
Date of Birth
Sep 13, 1971 (44 years old)
Fashion designer, Designer, Costume designer
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Irish people in Great Britain
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