Matthew Williamson

Spring – Summer 2014 – As an acknowledged master colourist, Matthew Williamson set his colour popping collection in the super slick museum space, the Saatchi Gallery. He has frequently been a LFW favourite and for this SS14, he refers to the 70s saturated tangerine tones, crayon-drawn flowers and floating fabrics. The collection compares bohemian with business: from the petrol-spilt blue aviators to the thin, ankle-length trousers in shimmering satins.

Influences from African prints and tie-dye are modernised with slouchy silhouettes and bands of rich coloured satin.  The tie-dye technique, appearing more like splash of pale yellow, powder paint, is undeniably intricate with its handcrafted, daisy-sized petals. Embellished garden dresses in summery shades make for the perfect daytime attire. For evening ensembles however, a pale yellow chiffon dress with a slick of grey forming a halter neck or a black organza dress with white embroidered flowers cascading down the front: an assortment of attire is available.

 

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Written by Rosa Cal Rey

Rosa Cal is a journalist and blogger passionate about Social Media and Online Marketing. She is a compulsive follower of the latest fashion news, magazines and blogs who has always pursued her dream of turning her hobby into her profession.


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