The Saatchi Gallery was a well suited location for Matthew Williamson to unveil his 2014 spring collection. The elevated roofing and wide-opened space coordinated with the airy petal-print blouses and floral embroidery as seen on many of his mid-length dresses. Monochrome tones caroused with dragonfly appliques, whilst midnight blue hues and pure white dragonfly prints pranced from the top of garments all the way to the bottom, magnifying in size. Williamson's palette detailed the transition of spring, presenting olive greens and silty browns onto straight legged trousers, while also dabbing his budded prints with fuchsia and coral tones creating a rather charming collection.
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