Karlie Gets Styled – Following up her appearance in the Matthew Williamson for Lindex campaign, Karlie Kloss appears in another series of advertisements for the fashion brand with the “Styled by Matthew Williamson” line. The British designer handpicked some of his favorite autumn looks for a selection of standout pieces including the leather biker jacket, colorful sweaters and bold animal prints. The “Styled by Matthew Williamson” line is available now.
Designer Fall – Swedish fashion giant Lindex taps Karlie Kloss to star in a campaign for its Matthew Williamson collaboration. The Victoria’s Secret Angel is also joined by the British designer himself in a series of studio images lensed by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by Veronique Didry of Vogue Paris. The ads are also for a good cause; the collection will be available in Lindex stores on October 4th and 10% of the sales will be donated to help fight breast cancer.
Williamson’s Spring Brights – Matthew Williamson’s signature vibrant hues were out in full force for his spring 2014 collection which opened with a selection of bright fuchsia and coral hues. The designer struck a balance between cool and ladylike for the new season with a play on sheer and embellishments. Psychedelic swirls, hand drawn floral patterns and shimmering crystals provide some texture to the feminine silhouettes. Williamson offered some boyish pieces with loose-fitting trousers, jackets and mens shirts.
Williamson’s Prints Princess – Inspired by the work of artist Mat Collishaw and German furniture designer Judith Seng, Matthew Williamson focuses on natural and geometric prints for his resort 2013 collection. Using a simple silhouette perfect for layering or adornment, the transitional season offers thoroughly modern looks in coral, chartreuse, lavender and marmalade hues. Williamson also embraces street wear looks in the form of tailored pants adorned with abstract patterns and leather biker jackets. For evening wear, dresses are embellished using Swarovski crystals and metal work as well as draping and fringe detailing.
A Celebration – Celebrating fifteen years of his label, Matthew Williamson presented a fall 2012 collection that is as nostalgic as it is current. A color palette of turquoise, plum, citrus orange and dark chartreuse provided a rich variety with a combination of Williamson’s signature print work on display. Tailored trousers, lightweight gowns and above-the-knee skirts dominated the runway. Glittering sequins decorated the occasional dress paired with metallic fabric. The show closed with a partially sheer gown worn by Maryna Linchuk that was adorned with large crystals.
Williamson’s Eastern Spring – Matthew Williamson showed a masterful display of color and pattern for his spring 2012 collection. Featuring bohemian inspired prints with a hint of eastern flair, the Williamson girl moves from daytime elegance to nighttime glamour with feather embellished dresses, form-fitting pants and fringed tassels doubling as belts.
Matthew Williamson is back in full force for the fall 2011 season with bohemian prints, fringe, feathers and wool. Inspired by Russian avant-garde painter Francisco Infante-Arana, Williamson plays with color and volume as models strutted down the catwalk in neutral hues paired with bold blues and corals.
Debuting a more muted color palette for the spring season, Matthew Williamson’s latest effort proved to be one inspired by a fusion of military inspired looks and tribal motifs. However, despite missing the signature color scheme, kaleidoscopic prints were still present in the form of billowing floor length dresses held up by woven straps.