A far more relaxed sillouethe, new concepts of tailoring, a fresh color palette and delightful prints, this is what Matthew Williamson envisioned to offer his lady client for fall / winter 2013. Making use of bold graphic inserts to accompany the laid-back garments, Williamson persevered however in inserting all of his signature strengths into the innovative collection, holding tight onto the use of embellishments and constantly referencing his sensible, unconventional spirit.
Serving as one of the many highlights that helped build the surprising line-up, the red rose tapestry, developed by Williamson himself, touched everything in its way, from a sleek dress, to the hand-embroidered skirts and new line of accessories, evoking Williamson’s utterly feminine aesthetic. Part bohemian, part daring and part clean-shaped, Matthew Williamson’s idea of novelty translated to a beautiful mix of prints, new, remarkable silhouettes much like the pleated below the knee skirts, and to an overall effortless vibe that will match the woman on the go’s needs quite perfectly.
You can see all of the Matthew Williamson autumn (fall) / winter 2013 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree