Mar 12, 2012

Matthew Williamson Spring/Summer 2012

A collection that was full of beautiful fabrics, craftsmanship and details, it certainly looked polished and sophisticated and it was designed by Matthew Williamson. Tate Modern's cavernous and spare Tuhme Hall was sprinkled with colorful garments that were pared back for daywear and fancy for evening. Ikat prints were featured along with shirtdresses, slim trousers and cropped jackets. And for after dark nothing was held back because there were beautiful cocktail dresses that were beaded, embroidered and had feathery hemlines. The floorlength dresses had abstract blossom and Tokyo cityscape prints and had the right touches to make them looked sexy and elegant. This collection did catch the eyes of many people this time around.

Matthew Williamson

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