2007 February 4
Matthew Williamson - New York Fall 2007
(NEW YORK) By God, Matthew Williamson loves his color and he’s going to show it! In an attempt to “cocoon the woman’s body,” all the Art Deco madness paired with pendants, psychedelic globe cuffs, and mirrored pieces was an explosion for the senses. The beige boucle coats will easily find a following, as will the patchwork furs. But what really stole the show were the simple printed silk georgette pieces that have become Williamson’s trademark.
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