This is what we mentioned in any case the parade Matthew Williamson Spring-Summer 2014. However, we assure you, the designer has taken the best and creates a collection everything that a more contemporary
Printed in Matthew Williamson are indispensable summer and winter. It is therefore natural that the parade Matthew Williamson Spring-Summer 2014 at Fashion Week in London is heavily punctuated. In favor of a very feminine fashion, Matthew Williamson is returning to the past and brings a little in his 70’s if urban silhouettes from the outset one has 60 ‘s / 70’s we invaded the views of the first silhouettes parade Matthew Williamson Spring-Summer 2014. Indeed, a first cross bright coral tuxedo shirt to conceal a very boho floral pink and orange. These patterns were then exposed uninhibited on maxi dresses and other combination flare strengthening the passage this 70’s will. Declined in pink, orange, yellow or blue these reasons were the guarantors of a dynamic silhouette. The accessories were not going in the opposite direction with the fruity colors sandals or circular glasses fumes. However, to avoid cliché, Matthew Williamson transposes these dated printed on more contemporary clothes as he used to do.
It is therefore natural that the reasons relate to snug suits and transparent panels or skirts worn with traditional blouses. The designer is well match the eccentric 70’s and rigor required of the XXI century and creates bohèmo – urban silhouettes. In addition, Matthew Williamson is too diverse and offers an alternative to the exuberant and colorful outfits. Like Paul Smith, Matthew Williamson is in favor of a male-female fashion but exposes much more measured way this season. This need for diversity to be born another parade Matthew Williamson, that a much more gentle woman, a bit innocent. This is perceived directly through the color palette that gradually softens toward natural tones ranging from white anise through the blue ocean. Also the flowers print more but embroider on delicate dresses all in length and fluidity. Size and then mark the feminine curve is much more emphasized than the all – bohémo urban flare silhouettes.
In both cases, however the right balance between sweet and feminine elements of the city is satisfied. Anise jacket embroidered with flowers worn with a blouse and trousers 7/8 or the romantic skirt worn with vulgar shirt illustrations. Finally, the prints are faithful allies to express escape through long flowing dresses. Matthew Williamson then signs a vibrant summer collection that inspires us with positivity.