- Woven linen dress
- Embroidered detail with beaded applique and frayed chiffon throughout, pintucked pleated waistband, tonal top stitching, panel seaming
- Exposed back zipper closure
- 30 inches in circumference at bust; 28 inches in circumference at waist; 37 inches from shoulder to hemline; Measurements were taken from a size 8
- Model's height is 5 feet 10 inches; bust 32 inches; waist 24 inches; hips 35 inches
- Dry clean only
100% linen shell
You’re invited: Wedding season is official here, and with it comes a flood of invitations. We’ve rounded up an array of fitting looks to tackle every dress code from black-tie formal to breezy, beach chic. Go for maximum polish at elegant, evening affairs in sleek LBDs, jewel-tone gowns, and luxe, handheld clutches. And for “I do’s” set in the sunny outdoors, opt for floral print minis, airy silk maxis, and easy, embellished sandals.
Matthew Williamson debuted his namesake label at 1997’s London Fashion Week with “Electric Angels”: a legendary collection of bold-colored, bias-cut dresses. Since then, the dashing, British-born designer has developed a singular aesthetic focused on bright (and often clashing) colors, intricate tailoring, and traffic-stopping prints. Before launching his luxurious line of womenswear, bridalwear, and accessories, Williamson got his industry start by working for the fashion house Marni. In the early 2000s he served as the creative director of Pucci — also known for designing instantly recognizable prints — while turning around his own collections of studded, ruffled, and beaded shift dresses and tops. A successful collaboration with H&M in 2009 marked his first foray into the world of menswear; in 2011, he released MW by Matthew Williamson, his inaugural (but not last?) diffusion line. Admired by everyone from model Kate Moss to London’s Design Museum, Williamson has won Elle’s Designer of the Year award (2004), the Moët and Chandon Fashion Tribute Award (2005), and the 2008 Red Carpet Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Awards.