Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Matthew Williamson Spring 2014 #LFW

"I wanted to capture the spirit of the 1997 show and take a simplistic, naive approach," he said.  "We asked how this brand would look through the eyes of a child."  Dragonflies and daisies adorned billowing chiffon dresses, then took on a smattering of polka dots on structured shifts with pinches waists and pocketed skirts beneath.  There were plenty of Ibiza-worthy sheer layered dresses in a sunshine melting pot of lime through to tomato, but there was an emphasis on daywear that felt new.  Sexy tailored silk trousers came with the sheerest silk blouses and, as the dragonflies morphed into bolder graffiti prints, the effect was a Williamson had intended; hand-drawn daisies, light button-up shirt dresses and airy peasant tops had an easy, uncomplicated appeal that means you don't have to be from the highest fashion echelons to enjoy a bit of MW world, but once you're there you might as well try a floral appliqué shift too." - vogue.co.uk

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