After designing a limited edition men’s collection for H&M, it was only a matter of time before Matthew Williamson branched out and expanded his luxury line into men’s apparel as well. The colorful designs will be sold exclusively at Harrods in London and at Matthew Williamson boutiques beginning in February.
Besides keeping busy with his menswear expansion, according to Elle, the British designer will be selling his entire womenswear collection online beginning in late November.
In other online sale news, Decades, the high-end designer consignment and vintage couture shops, will be partnering-up with discount online, members-only retailer Haute Look for a two-day only sale of vintage little black dresses and accompanying accessories (handbags, jewelry…). Slated for November 9thand the 10th, the collection includes pieces from Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Versace, Chloe, and Nina Ricci.
And, just in time for the holidays, Miuccia Prada and chief executive officer of Prada Group, Patrizio Bertelli, are releasing a massive 706-page book – titled simply “Prada.” The tome traces the house’s “30 years of innovations and experiments in fashion, art, architecture, cinema and communications,” and will retail for 100 euros or around $130 at Prada stores worldwide and online at Prada.com.