Brown, black and tweed — sound like a Matthew Williamson show to you? Williamson played with a more subdued palette than ever before and focused on mature shapes for Winter '10, confusing those who've come to expect Ibiza-esque psychadelic prints and mini, mini hemlines from the British designer. Of course, there were pops of colour and prints amongst the moodiness in the form of cobalt blue splashes, printed satin and a hot pink woolen coat, but the overall feel of the collection was less about brights and more about sophisticated dressing.
BFF and front row star Sienna Miller didn't have a problem with the sudden change of direction, telling WWD "It was phenomenal, and I think he's reached a whole new level." I can definitely see Sienna rocking out in the ruffled tops and slinky pant combos, but most other pieces seem more suited to an older clientele. See what I mean below.