Matthew Williamson, a British designer, known for his extraordinary use of colour, has created the most luxurious accessory for your evening gown . You have a great opportunity to see that exclusively in the Matthew Williamson Bruton Street store on December 10.
These evening clutches are some of my favourite pieces from my new spring/summer 2009 accessories collection,” Williamson tells vogue.com about his rectangular and oval designs, which come in either a red wine or flesh tints.
“Finished in the finest French croc, their structured forms and exotic detailing create a statement of pure luxury,” he adds.
His new bags can perfectly accessorize you evening garment, a good example is a little black dress of a nice design…
We’ve heard nothing about Matthew Williamson for nearly two years. And his chic designs are set to make a comeback on the rails of high street department store Debenhams next year as part of its designer womenswear collection.
Financial Mail reports that Williamson, who kept on working with the store designing accessories and lingerie, will once again join the likes of Antoni & Alison, Julien Macdonald and Jasper Conran, who all produce diffusion ranges with Debenhams at present time.
Next year we’ll witness the opening of a new store in New York that signifies about a completely new phase in the designer’s creative work.
2009 is going to be a busy year for Matthew Williamson, who in the past has collaborated with Monsoon and worked as the artistic director of Pucci.
Celebrity support remains key to the business and clients include: Madonna, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kate Moss, Britney Spears, Kate Hudson and Helena Christensen.
His S/S 2009 collection was presented on New York Fashion Week in September.
IT was really about looking back at last spring/summer,” Matthew Williamson said backstage after his show in Bryant Park, complete with front row devotees Petra Nemcova, Daisy Lowe and Kelley Osbourne.
“Looking at that collection and thinking, it is very girl on a vacation. So this season I wanted to explore the same idea but give it a sense of ‘what if she doesn’t have a vacation to go on?’ – hence the structure and the tailoring. So it was a little bit more of an overall wardrobe.”
The style of collection was:
Pants like cigarette a few inches above the ankle were exposed in bright yellow, with two shown front-zipper pockets, and mixed with a matching blazer in a thinly lined black acid kaleidoscope pattent.
Another perfectly framed skinny pant viewed in a bright fruit pierce red satin, pleated down the front with a folded in white tank, and then layered with a vest. It was in an ultra-bright pink satin with stiff front folds and wide shoulders.
Williamson’s show was even more fab as it progressed into a combo of his signature prints, exotic and ethnic detailing, for example, the floral fancywork and glass beads and sequins outlining a square neckline.
The colour moving brocades that the designer’s known for were presented on the catwalk as well.
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