Matthew Williamson Spring 2011 | London Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 20, 2010

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.










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