8 Fashion Brands That Dipped Their Toes Into Interiors
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8 Fashion Brands That Dipped Their Toes Into Interiors

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Something special happens when worlds collide – especially when those two worlds are high-end fashion and luxury interiors. Curious to know which houses have dipped their toes into home furnishings, ceramics and garden furniture? Here are the fashion brands with interiors lines and collaborations to know now.

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1. Alice Temperley x Romo

If abundant maximalism is your thing, look no further than Alice Temperley’s collaboration with luxury fabric brand Romo. The collection celebrates the designer’s bohemian style, with floral wallpapers and leopard print upholstery splashed with abstract swirls of colour, sequins and beads. Perfect for creating characterful interiors that tell a story.


Black and white pottery

2. Anya Hindmarch

Wonderfully fun and playful, Anya Hindmarch’s first venture into ceramics earlier this spring saw mugs and tea pots decorated with the brand’s signature smiley faces. You can catch the ceramics in person at the brand’s ‘Bull In A China Shop’ concept store in London (just try not to knock anything over).


Two wooden chairs in front of hedge

3. Armani Casa

Armani Casa has had over 20 years to define its signature look, cultivating a visual language built upon simple lines, balanced proportions and precious metals. But there’s still room for something new: at this year’s Salone del Mobile, Armani unveiled its first outdoor collection alongside Art Deco-inspired furniture and accessories.


Plates set on white bedding

4. Emilia Wickstead

The Princess of Wales-approved fashion designer certainly pulled no punches when it came to her first home collection. Working with a global network of master craftspeople from Tuscany to Sheffield, Emilia Wickstead translates her contemporary elegance into porcelain, glass, silver and linens with sharp geometric patterns.


Orange chair in front of blue background

5. Hermès

Hermès returned to Milan Design Week this year with ‘The Power Of The Fundamental’, a minimalism-inspired collection that draw on prints from the house’s archives (especially its equestrian roots) and vintage silhouettes from the 1930s.


Sofa covered in striped cushions

6. Paul Smith

Another designer to recently join the interiors throng is Paul Smith, who debuted his first homeware collection last year. Stripes (a trademark print for the brand) are central to the collection, stamped across cushions, blankets and towels in vivid bands of colour.


Large bed

7. Ralph Lauren Home

Since its debut in 1983, Ralph Lauren Home has become a leading artisanal home furnishing brand. Collaborations with master artisans ensure that all homewares from the brand feel like timeless heirlooms, rendered from quality materials that will last lifetimes.


Wooden box with blue parrots

8. Asprey x Silvia Furmanovich

Asprey recently teamed up with jeweller Silvia Furmanovich on ‘Giants of the Amazon’, a capsule of boxes, photo frames and vide poches inspired by Brazil’s natural landscape. Pieces were made with wood salvaged from the Amazon’s rainforest floor, and decorated with native birds, flowers and rare ‘Blue Morpho’ butterflies.


Featured image: Alice Temperley x Romo