Matthew Williamson Delivers RTW Spring 2014
Posted Wednesday September 18, 2013 2:22 PM GMT
Bright, bold and beautiful best describes Matthew Williamson’s Spring 2014 collection.
Staying true to his signature use of vibrant colors, the designer sent pinks, corals, indigos, and greens down the runway.
Silhouettes were loose fitting and boyish — some with daisy and dragonfly motifs — which differed from his usual graphics scheme. “I wanted the prints to look like a five-year-old girl had done them,” the designer told WWD. “It’s a less precise take on pattern and print — abstract with no sharp edges.” Matthew Williamson’s Spring 2014: “I wanted the prints to look like a five-year-old girl had done them”
Sheer blouses, A-line skirts, and cropped jackets all gave off a 70s vibe, while sparkly crystal embellishments played up feminine ensembles.
Models' hair was tucked behind their ears and parted to the sides for a sleek look. Makeup was minimal with barely-there lip color, bold brows, and bronzed cheeks.
Although it may have been a rainy day in London, Williamson’s show had us seeing sunshine.