Matthew Miller tried to animate his fall runway show with earsplitting rock music and arty touches, transposing Caravaggio canvases as raw-edged coats, tunics and armbands.
— January 9, 2016
Matthew Miller showed a sophisticated collection, using a cotton-bonded metallic fiber for pale blush pink coats that looked as though they had been violently scrunched up, giving a sculptural effect to the finished look.
— June 13, 2015
Working with the Danish firm Kvadrat, Matthew Miller fashioned this calm, clean collection exclusively from interiors fabrics.
— January 11, 2015
Matthew Miller drew his inspiration from the mass-produced, sober “demob” suits handed to Britain’s World War Two soldiers as they returned to civilian life.
— June 15, 2014
Matthew Miller turned out an androgynous collection that mixed fluid and tailored shapes, with pops of texture coming from fluttering bits of fabric.
— January 6, 2014
Models were clad in clean, basic silhouettes that Miller had crafted with a subversive edge.
— June 17, 2012