We've always loved Sanderson's floral and botanical prints so much we wished we could wear them. Well, now we can.
British accessories andhandbag brandRadley London has revealed an exciting new-season collaborationwith Sanderson, one of the oldest English soft furnishing brands.
The result is a timeless A/W18 collection featuring luxurious leathers and must-have handbags,purses, clutches and shoulder bags, all in Sanderson's gorgeous Roslyn print. Even Radley's iconic Scottie dog has received an autumnal, floral make-over.
After handpicking Sanderson’s Roslyn print from their vast archives (thedesignwas first produced in 1910, and features a tree of life motif alongside flowers and fruits), Radley Londonpaired with the fellow British brand to rework the prints with an autumnal colour palette on multiple handbag styles including a backpack, multiway, cross body bag, and the Scottie dog shaped shoulder bag, as well as purses and a pouch.
This is not the first fashion-meets-interiors success, with other striking recent collaborations including Habitat X Shrimps, VANS X Van Gogh, H&M X GP & J Baker and DeGournay X Aquazzura. Highlights of this collection include on-trend bucket bags, available in both grey and purple smooth Gypsy leather with a textural Muscat leather and 1970s inspired suede internal drawstring closure.
Radley London’s iconic Pockets bag, along with a large open top classic tote and the above-mentioned drawstring shoulder bag have all been embossed with the intricate outlines of the Roslyn print for a vintage aesthetic.
Other pieces to invest in include the backpack, multiway, cross body bag and of course the iconic Scottie dog handbag.
Made up of classic brown and beige colours, with pops of deep purple and gentle, country cream, thenew range is just the thing to give autumn wardrobes a refresh.
The new collection, available from September, marks Radley's 20th anniversary.
Radley x Sanderson is available from September 2018, prices from £18 – £299.
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Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.
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