Two of our favourite brands have teamed up to bring some maximalist pattern to your wardrobe
Can’t get enough of House of Hackney‘s maximalist designs? Good news for your wardrobe then, as they’ve teamed up with international high street retailer & Other Stories to promise a limelight-stealing collection this spring.
Known for its decadent knock-out prints on homeware, House of Hackney’s signature prints have been fed through a Scandi filter to create an eclectic collection of ready-to-wear clothing, accessories and shoes. Expect XXL exotic palm leaves paired with ’70s zebra print and baroque florals – a romp through Victorian bohemia, via some very psychedelic floral prints.
Arguably the coolest purveyor of fine florals, House of Hackney’s designs are a print lover’s dream, celebrating nature-inspired motifs mixed with a dose of British psychedelia.
Photographed in the House of Hackney founders’ home, the first reveal of the collection offers a small glimpse into what we can expect with sketches and fabric swatches of its signature baroque botanical florals adorning louche-luxe dresses and skirts, wide-leg trousers, high-volume blouses as well as bags, shoes and accessories.
The collection also has a sustainable spin: fabrics are primarily made from materials such as TENCEL® and organic cotton.
For now, the collaboration has revealed a sneak peek of the Victoriana inspired collection with its wildflower deep-V Damas dress (£69), featuring a dramatic lilac floral print, but we will have to wait until the end of May before being able to view (and more importantly, shop) the rest of the collection. In the meantime we’ll wait patiently…