Matthew Williamson: la Sfilata S/S 2015 Alla London Fashion Week

Inspired by the ’70s, playful prints and floral patterns; all presented by leaders of ultra-feminine cuts with a retro twist: this is the Spring-Summer 2015 collection by Matthew Williamson.

Parades on the catwalk of London Fashion Week, the collection Matthew Williamson, for next spring-summer 2015.

Sensuality and freshness for Matthew Williamson

The woman signed by Matthew Williamson for the summer is ultra-feminine, playful and no doubt very sensual. Deep necklines and transparencies see-chase of light clothing as the wind that they find the legs or midi skirts embroidered lace for conscious feminine but never ostentatious, fresh and seductive without ever becoming excessive.

The Spring-Summer 2015 collection

The British designer brings on the catwalk of a City ‘retro inspiration that leads us in the charm of the ’70s, with playful prints and patterns floral theme, shades on, and other softer shades like pastel colors and delicate; all presented by leaders of ultra-feminine cuts, super trendy, sometimes even romantic. A look perfectly balanced between the retro and modernity, where we like to regain the use of color, pattern and style that have always characterized the beautiful creations of Matthew Williamson.

It is not summer without long dresses mild and fluffy, silk and chiffon, colorful and light as butterfly wings. In other outfits we find high-waisted trousers, slightly flared, worn with jackets-kimono perfectly coordinated in color and flower embroidery. O combined with blouses in silk satin from ethno-chic scent.
For the evening instead, the Matthew Williamson woman becomes even more sophisticated: midnight blue and black become essential and elegant, brightening with precious inserts and light touches of light.

All colors of summer

Matthew Williamson chooses a colorful and fun palette, which draws us immediately with the mind and body in good weather. A triumph of pink, yellow, red, blue, green and coral.Nuance elaborated never banal fantasies for a designer who knows how to reinvent itself in the original reactions, modern and totally glamorous.