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Matthew Williamson’s Girl Grows Up

"I am still a Matthew Williamson woman—just with a few gray hairs," Matthew Williamson tells Style.com. His latest collection presented this Sunday in London showed a more mature side of his archetype lady. "My girl is growing up," he continues, "she is no longer on a perennial vacation—she is in her thirties and forties now; she has kids, a job, and responsibilities. She is the same free spirit inside but, like the rest of us, maturing—and I have to respond to that." Praise the new batch of sexy soccer moms. Read the full review on Style.com's coverage of London Fashion Week. 

(Photo: Umberto Fratini, Indigitalimages/Style.com. Graphic/Text: Jauretsi)

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Tom Ford
After two years of intimate and incredibly exclusive presentations for his eponymous line, Tom Ford is finally staging his first “real” runway show, which will take place during London Fashion Week. Ford cites the expansion of his brand as cause for the shift, with his gorgeous wares now being sold in 100 stores worldwide. He will be a welcome addition to a schedule that can sometimes seem lacking in comparison with the massive brands showcasing in New York, Paris, and Milan. Ford joins the ranks of Matthew Williamson, Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane, and Burberry Prorsum. February can’t come soon enough.
(Photo courtesy of David Bailey via PleasurePhoto. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Tom Ford

After two years of intimate and incredibly exclusive presentations for his eponymous line, Tom Ford is finally staging his first “real” runway show, which will take place during London Fashion Week. Ford cites the expansion of his brand as cause for the shift, with his gorgeous wares now being sold in 100 stores worldwide. He will be a welcome addition to a schedule that can sometimes seem lacking in comparison with the massive brands showcasing in New York, Paris, and Milan. Ford joins the ranks of Matthew Williamson, Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane, and Burberry Prorsum. February can’t come soon enough.

(Photo courtesy of David Bailey via PleasurePhoto. Text by Jenny Bahn)