Matthew Williamson did away with his digitally inspired prints this season, and opted instead for botanical motifs, hand-drawn daisies and dragonflies over loose, languid silhouettes. “I wanted the prints to look like a five-year-old girl had done them,” the designer said. “It’s a less precise take on pattern and print — abstract with no sharp edges.”

Big, cartoonish flowers blossomed over floor-sweeping tunics and sheer blouses, while dragonflies of various shapes and sizes appeared on belted silk dresses. Skirts and cropped jackets, some in shades of pink and purple with a dip-dyed effect, were abloom with appliquéd daisies and sparkles, while mint green firefly brooches alighted on one long white dress.

Matthew Williamson did away with his digitally inspired prints this season, and opted instead for botanical motifs, hand-drawn daisies and dragonflies over loose, languid silhouettes. “I wanted the prints to look like a five-year-old girl had done them,” the designer said. “It’s a less precise take on pattern and print — abstract with no sharp edges.”

Big, cartoonish flowers blossomed over floor-sweeping tunics and sheer blouses, while dragonflies of various shapes and sizes appeared on belted silk dresses. Skirts and cropped jackets, some in shades of pink and purple with a dip-dyed effect, were abloom with appliquéd daisies and sparkles, while mint green firefly brooches alighted on one long white dress.

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