The daughter of Paul McCartney may be known for her sustainable fashion lines, but it’s her latest appearance that’s raising eyebrows. The designer sparked rumors of cosmetic surgery after a picture of her appeared online with a noticeably different look. The photo, taken at a party she hosted this week, showcased her with plump cheeks, a smooth forehead and full lips. According to one plastic surgeon, it looks like she underwent chin and cheek augmentation.
Stella has not confirmed or denied the claims but it’s hard to ignore them. The fashion designer is usually seen in her signature long dresses and minimal makeup. But the recent pictures appear to show her with a more mature, feminine look that makes it difficult to dismiss the rumours.
Earlier this week, the Material Girl singer was spotted with her ‘bestie’ on a night out. Despite the rumours, the 63-year-old looked stunning and fresh-faced in the photos. With no makeup on her face, she posed with a cigarette in her hand and a smoldering look for the camera.
She even wore a green and white floral dress from her Adidas by Stella McCartney collection, which was made with sustainable fabrics. The line also includes a gender-neutral run shoe, which was modeled by the LA Roller Girls. The pair also talked about sustainability, the upcoming coronation of King Charles III and more.
Meanwhile, a new video from the song’s music video features Grace Gaustad as she gets her wish granted by the Bodega Man and enters a surgery clinic, where she is unrecognizable after getting her face altered. The visual is a commentary on the detrimental effects of society’s pressure on young women to look perfect. It is directed by Jessi Van Alpert and also stars TikTok star Loren Gray as her friend and collaborator.
The video has already garnered more than 1.6 million views and over 20,000 comments, with many of them expressing dismay over her transformation. Others, on the other hand, are lauding the actress for standing up for her values and embracing ageing gracefully. However, it’s important to note that while the actress has embraced her appearance as she ages, that doesn’t mean other women should. The idea of getting Botox and nip and tucks to achieve a flawless face is extremely harmful to women’s mental health and can lead to addiction. The only way to prevent this is by promoting the idea of natural beauty and accepting that every woman has her own unique style. It is also crucial to remember that not all plastic surgeries are necessarily a bad thing and can be used for good. It just has to be used sparingly and responsibly.