Stella McCartney’s new men’s range inspired by Beatles film Yellow Submarine
The shirt’s print also depicts band members Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison in a surreal landscape with film creature Jeremy Hillary Boob
The trendy piece is part of the 47-year-old Stella’s new men’s collection.
The outfit, which isn’t for sale yet, is completed by a long-sleeved cream turtleneck, smart black trousers and motorcycle boots.
It is one of 34 released and takes inspiration from dad Paul’s Yellow Submarine animated film, which was revived for its 50th anniversary last summer.
On the bottom of the shirt Paul, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison are depicted parading through a surreal landscape with bizarre rabbit-like creature Jeremy Hillary Boob, PhD, in tow.
The strange images surrounding the band also featured in the film, which was later made into an album and is illustrated by German artist Heinz Endelmann.
The range, which is also apparently influenced by Savile Row tailors’ handiwork, also features a brown tracksuit with John Lennon’s face on the front, a bright yellow over coat and a large, grey hooded poncho.
Stella launched her label in 2001 and now runs 17 stores internationally.