Matthew Williamson is taking his signature collection to new heights.
The British designer, who is showing his collection today at the Bryant Park tents, is focusing all his attention on his 11-year-old namesake brand. Williamson, who sold a 22 percent stake in his company in August 2007 to TSM Capital, will step down as creative director at the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned Emilio Pucci after the brand’s spring runway show in Milan later this month.
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