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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014 RTW Takes Us Back to the Future

Have you ever wondered if you'd rather travel back in time or into the future? With Matthew Williamson's Fall 2014 collection, you can dazzle through the decades. He first won over the fashion world with his September 1997 show, "Electric Angels," and has presented a kaleidoscopic color scheme ever since. For London Fashion Week Fall 2014, he's curated a futuristic flapper girl featuring stars, moons, and sparkles galore while continuing to delve into the '70s for his usual boho-inspired looks. Hair center-parted and lips in bold, the models grace a black-and-white striped carpet and become the instant It Girls of his glamorous galaxy.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

Fur, metallic, and giant jewels might sound overwhelming, but this girl embodies soft-glam — and she’s ready to stun in any room.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

Acclaimed for his attention to detail, Williamson creates modern lines in this look with the perfect placement of an intergalactic print.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

This dress moves like magma, and is embellished for any dancing galaxy queen.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

A little party never killed anyone, and this bejeweled goddess is definitely Gatsby-approved.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

Best dressed in the Red Hat Society, any luncheon.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

He may have toned down the color, but he hasn’t tamed the flapper flair.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

Fringe, fur, and oversized polka dots? Welcome to whimsy wonderland.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

Flaunting a peplum and a fun neckline, his interesting angles are effortlessly styled in subtle drama.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

Williamson either covers the shoulders in fur or shows them off completely. Balancing out the popping print, he keeps things clean around the face.

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Matthew Williamson Fall 2014

In a black hole, it won’t matter if it’s see-through. It’s feminine, flirty, and perfect for the up-and-coming starlet.

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