Always one to ride a good wave, H&M's already announced their next capsule collection designer for this Spring, and it's Matthew Williamson (another one down from our list of who doesn't have a diffusion line). Expect neons, clashing prints, billowy silhouettes - basically, the perfect wardrobe if you plan to spend your summer in Ibiza (and if you like being about as loud as a mariachi band with your wardrobe). The collection hits "select" stores April 23rd (with a second, larger delivery in mid-May hitting 1,700 doors), just in time for everyone's moment of "I've had it!" with saving, cueing a massive splurge without the major credit card damage. That is, of course, if enough girls come out for Matthew Williamson. We're not so sure the H&M customer really meshes with his designs - bright, floral caftans meant for poolside sunbathing? This one might have actually done better at Target...
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Matthew Williamson Sets the Record Straight About Kate Middleton
Matthew Williamson was on hand at Macy's flagship Herald Square store last night to celebrate the launch of his Impulse capsule collection for the mass retailer. So was Dree Hemingway, who stars in the line's campaign, as well as Kelis, to provide the soundtrack. We sat down with the Brit designer, who is no stranger to high street collaborations having done one for H&M a few years back, to find out why he decided to pair up with Macy's, how he found a muse in Dree, and, most importantly, why he thinks everyone should "get over" Kate Middleton.