Stella McCartney looks chic in asymmetric gown as she joins elegant sister Mary at Vanity Fair gala 

Mail Online | 12/11/2018 | MailOnline Reporter
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They are the daughters of musical icon Paul McCartney who have carved out successful careers in the worlds of fashion and photography.

And Stella and Mary McCartney looked effortlessly chic as they attended the Vanity Fair x Bloomberg climate change gala dinner at Bloomberg London on Tuesday.

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The fashion designer, 47, and her fine art photographer sister, 49, were the epitome of style in their black tailored looks as they stepped out at the event held to discuss ways to combat climate change in the modern age.

Stella, who was a panellist at the event, donned a gorgeous black one-shoulder dress, overlaid with tulle fabric dotted with shimmering circles of satin.

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The gown cut high on her toned legs, with the star slipping on polka dot tights and black stilettos.

Her caramel tresses were styled sleek and straight while her pretty features were enhanced with smoky shadow, liner and a rose lipstick.

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Mary looked elegant in a black sweater and satin top, teamed with matching culottes.

She boosted her height with black strappy sandals and accessorised with a leather and gold bag.

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Her raven locks were pulled back into a tousled ponytail while her gorgeous make-up look featured smoky kohl liner and fuschia pink lipstick.

The gala has been held to discuss climate change, where speakers will cover everything from spanning oceans, plastic and global warming.

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Stella is known for her work as a vegetarian activist and for her sustainable fashion line.

Panelists include the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan and the Chairman of the Tiffany & Co. Foundation, Anisa Kamadoli Costa.

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Stella's outing comes after it emerged that she has received a pay cut. Her eponymous fashion label handed her £4million last year compared with £8.3million the year before.

The company said sales in the year to the end of December rose by 2 per cent,...
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