The Matthew Williamson Fall 2013 Runway was a Lesson in Mixing Patterns

By: Sarah St.Jules - Published: Aug 2, 2013 • References: matthewwilliamson & style
Long being revered as one of the leaders of prints in the fashion industry, this designer reclaimed the title with the Matthew Williamson Fall 2013 runway. The ready-to-wear runway was a display of typical fall colors: mustard yellows, oranges, burnt reds and browns. However, it was the graphic prints and structured silhouettes that were the most impressive part of the runway.

Breaking away from tradition, Williamson's pieces were not all printed. He had a graceful hand when it came to mixing solids and patterns. He stayed true to his style by combining textures and actually made most of his looks completely wearable. The Matthew Williamson Fall 2013 runway showcased restraint, but true to form, also put out some incredible prints. Stats for Perfectly Printed Runways Trending: Older & Mild
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