Contrasting the earthy, Nordic elements that were the cornerstone of Matthew Williamson’s collection this season, he added pops of synthetic color and plenty of glitz to create a visual feast. There were hearty belted blanket coats with leather whip-stitched edges and his usual dose of fur found on everything from a chevron print vest to a dip-dyed scarf. Dresses included a body-con shape, a belted full-length silk number and one with a ladylike godet skirt, and many featuring oversize collars worked in stones and metalwork, or done in a lush landscape print.

Contrasting the earthy, Nordic elements that were the cornerstone of Matthew Williamson’s collection this season, he added pops of synthetic color and plenty of glitz to create a visual feast. There were hearty belted blanket coats with leather whip-stitched edges and his usual dose of fur found on everything from a chevron print vest to a dip-dyed scarf. Dresses included a body-con shape, a belted full-length silk number and one with a ladylike godet skirt, and many featuring oversize collars worked in stones and metalwork, or done in a lush landscape print.

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