Stella McCartney’s collection inspired by The Beatles’ famous song, All Together Now.

The line, features the film’s psychedelic graphics including yellow submarines and Lucy (in the sky with diamonds, natch) as well as song lyrics such as All You Need Is Love on a sweater and All Together Now embroidered on a denim jacket and ranges from $295 to $6,840.

The capsule line is influenced by her father's band and the iconic 'Yellow Submarine'

The "All Together Now" range is inspired in particular by The Beatles' 1968 film, Yellow Submarine and spans clothing for women, men and children, all of which feature playful graphics, motifs and slogans inspired by the British band's classic songs. Key pieces include a multi-coloured oversized "All You Need Is Love" sweater and a psychedelic faux fur coat with vivid swirls of scarlet, violet, green and mustard.

Her website refers to the collection as “a fun, uplifting and hopeful statement of unity at a time when it feels more important than ever.” The line, ranging from $295 to $6,840, features the film’s psychedelic graphics including yellow submarines and Lucy as well as song lyrics such as All You Need Is Love on a sweater and All Together Now embroidered on a denim jacket.

Menswear in the Stella McCartney x The Beatles collection also includes vibrant shirts decorated with pop-art portraits of the band members—John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, and the designer's father, Paul McCartney. A must-have piece is the black military coat decorated with patchwork and The Beatles memorabilia badges.

In a further nod to Yellow Submarine, a nautical utility theme features heavily throughout the pieces, with the use of punk zipper details, workwear pockets, and statement workwear boots punctuating the collection. The iconic "Pepperland" scene from the song's musical film has also been digitally-printed on an organic cotton poplin shirt. Rounding out the line is an oversized checked blazer and a blue sweatshirt with a cartoon of a yellow submarine embroidered onto it.

Commenting on the inspiration behind her latest designs, Stella McCartney said she was moved by a screening she attended with family and friends for the digital relaunch of Yellow Submarine last year on its 50th anniversary.

Pieces from the new range were first spotted at the Glastonbury Festival on Sunday, June 30 when pop singer Billie Eilish wore a custom two-piece featuring the designer's name printed down the side. The T-shirt and shorts featured several gaudy cartoons, including one of a blue monster character bearing yellow teeth.

The campaign for the range features musical talents Keyah/Blu, Joy Crookes, Oscar Jerome and Femi Koleoso.