NIVEA Black & White by Matthew Williamson

British designer Matthew Williamson is world-renowned for his highly recognisable signature aesthetic: feminine, bohemian, glamorous designs that are timeless. From colourful prints to hand-embroidery, every piece is designed to reappear year after year. Investing in a beautiful fashion favourite can be an amazing feeling, yet once in your wardrobe, these pieces will only last as long as you can keep them fresh, making your deodorant choice an important one.

NIVEA Black & White by Matthew Williamson

To celebrate and champion truly timeless style, NIVEA has partnered with Matthew Williamson to launch a new Limited Edition NIVEA Black & White by Matthew Williamson Deodorant, featuring an elegant and exclusive new design.

NIVEA Black and White Deodorant leaves no white marks and helps prevent build-up of yellow stains on clothes, meaning black stays black, white stays white and colour stays brighter so you can love your favourite pieces for longer. It also ensures 48 hour non-stop protection against perspiration.

Matthew Williamson says:

“I have a passion for designing truly timeless pieces – wardrobe classics that work season after season. Not only that, but the question I ask myself when I’m designing is “will this dress make women feel better about themselves?” I believe fashion holds the power to do this, which is why I’ve teamed up with NIVEA Black and White Deodorant, to celebrate these timeless fashion favourites that make women feel great; while offering them a product that will help look after those clothes they love for the long haul.”

Limited Edition NIVEA Black & White by Matthew Williamson, 250ml – RRSP £3.291. Available at major retailers nationwide from 15th August, including Boots and Superdrug.

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