There was a Ziggy Stardust feel to this buoyant collection full of bright foil fabrics and silver sparkle. A red, white and blue foil skirt had silver seams, while swirls of yellow and white shot up the legs of flared trousers or wrapped themselves around the cuffs.

Even a sturdy gray wool coat sparkled with sequin patches, while hoodies were iced with sequins. Williams gave knits the glow treatment, too; their pink and red geometric patterns glittered subtly with Lurex yarns.

Williams is a recipient of the British Fashion Council’s Newgen sponsorship and has worked for designers including Marc Jacobs, J.W. Anderson and Katie Hillier. The polish and youthful elegance of this latest collection makes her one to watch.

By  on February 19, 2017

There was a Ziggy Stardust feel to this buoyant collection full of bright foil fabrics and silver sparkle. A red, white and blue foil skirt had silver seams, while swirls of yellow and white shot up the legs of flared trousers or wrapped themselves around the cuffs.

Even a sturdy gray wool coat sparkled with sequin patches, while hoodies were iced with sequins. Williams gave knits the glow treatment, too; their pink and red geometric patterns glittered subtly with Lurex yarns.

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