FAULT Reviews – Matthew Miller SS16



The Matthew Miller show was a clean and concise statement for SS16; the colour palette was limited to black, white, palest pink and dark denim blue, whilst tailoring provided a structure of separates. Miller experimented with texture, presenting beautiful coats that were crackled and warped as if coated in paint. Denim was frayed at the hem, spilling over and delicate. This was balanced by the strong tailoring of suit jackets and slack-structured trousers. Beyond these flourishes, the collection was classic Miller and his design DNA has been consistently coded over the last few years. Going forward, there is definitely scope for him to be more experimental – to retain this core without it becoming tired.

Words: Will Ballantyne-Reid