Macys welcomes new designer in time for spring
on Monday,April 25,2011 22:04
Macy's welcomes new designer in time for spring
Fashion designer Matthew Williamson is bringing his colorful style to Macy's this spring, according to The Associated Press. The British designer showed off his vision during Fashion Week and at his store in New York, and now he is bringing his designs mainstream.
According to the new source, Williamson's line is bold and intended to stick out in the party scene. These dresses and outfits are not meant for the workplace, but rather spring events. The styles include a purple one-shoulder maxi dress and a colored bubbled dress with a keyhole placed on the chest.
"These are clothes to get noticed," Williamson said to the news source. "They are highly colored, highly printed."
Williamson adds that he is looking forward to styling individuals who want to wear his designs on the spot.
Prospective fashion designers may earn an annual salary of $61,000, which was the median salary for professionals in this field in 2008, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. However, some individuals may earn a good deal more, the top 10 percent of earners in this field earned more than $125,000 that year.
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