This fabulous company working since 1964 is innovative, exciting and fun. A charming place that links design to pop art. The collections containing art blended with daily life icons, send a message of shape and function, conveying to its customers a vision for a unique, personal and fun lifestyle. Homeware for anyone that loves something a bit different. Explore the collections on their website

Below are a few examples from their collaborations at the moment. All images from their website.

Studio Job

Innovation and originality are at the core of Studio Job’s exploration of the limit between design and art. Dreamlike objects that are unique and incredibly fun.

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Seletti & Marcantino

Marcantonio and Seletti together, give life to simple creative everyday expressions with an artistic touch. The result is a new and innovative, inspired by the natural and animal world: experimental and unexpected.

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With its black humour in amazing technicolour, the collaboration between Seletti and Toiletpaper gives rise to a range of cult products for those whos’ interior tastes are on the more daring side.





Fashion you can’t wear

MARKERAD collection, a collaboration between IKEA x Virgil Abloh.

A liitle about the designer: Virgil Abloh is an American fashion designer, entrepreneur, artist, and DJ who has been the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s men’s wear collection since March 2018. Abloh is also the chief executive officer of the Milan-based label Off-White, a fashion house he founded in 2013.

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‘The ethos of the collection is to add an artful quality to anonymous objects’: Virgil Abloh, Designer.


This range stylishly fuses functionality with street cred and high cultural references, it brings you statement pieces that challenge tradition. The collection of 15 pieces consists of a range of fashion-forward homewares that cater towards fluid and contemporary living, including a day bed, table, chair, mirror, lighting, bed textiles, cabinet and accessories.

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MARKERAD takes classic minimalist designs and builds on them with the artistic references and subversive elements typical of Virgil’s work, with his iconic quotation marks found throughout. The collection is perfect for anyone who wants a high fashion edge and touch to their interior space.

Called MARKERED – which means “marked” in Sweedish. A nod to Virgils iconic use of quotation marks.

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Acne Studio x Jacob Dahlgren

Season after season, stripes have been celebrated throughout Acne Studios’ collections as a playful accent to the brand. ⁣⁣⁣⁣Acne Studios collaborated with Sweedish artist Jacob Dahlgren for an exclusive range of knitwear, accessories and interior decor such as wallpaper, trays and wool blankets.

Follow the artist on his instragram (@Jacob_Dahlgren) for a glimpse into his life in stripes.

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The façade of the Acne Studios Taikoo Li Chengdu store, featuring the special stripes patterns created by Jacob Dahlgren.

Watch the video below to discover how the fabulous wallpaper is printed. Images from:

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Beautiful Jumpers, Blankets, Hats and Scarves available in a range of colourways. Brighter and more muted/Autumnal variations are available.

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Day of the Dead

Please do not confuse this with the over commercialized celebration of Halloween which has spread from the USA over much of the Western World. This is a Mexican festival to honor and celebrate the lives of those who have departed.

Día de Muertos was traditionally a three-day festival from October 31 to November 2 in which the living communed with the spirits of the dead and families remembered their loved ones. This involved graveyard vigils, decorating graves and altars with offerings of food, drink and flowers.

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Since 2016 this festival grown much bigger nationwide but perhaps the most famous event is the Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City. This parade is said to have been inspired by a scene from the James Bond movie Spectre.
In 2018 the Mexico City Parade was held in memory of all those who had died attempting to transit into the USA.

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Paraders paint their faces with the boney features of La Calavera Catrina, the elegant female skeleton once used to mock the rich Mexicans who aspired to be Europeans but is increasingly seen as the personification of the Day of the Dead. La Catrina and the essence of her story goes deep into Mexican traditions and roots but has been restyled only in the last century. She proves that ”Death is Democratic” and comes to us all whatever our background, skin colour or wealth. In the end we will all be just bones and our fancy clothes and material wealth of little significance.

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The Aztecs worshiped a  goddess of dead who they believed protected their departed loved ones, helping them into the after life. Mexicans historically have always had a culture which honors and celebrates the dead and the contribution that they have made while they have been alive. Familiar symbols of the event are skeletons, sugar skulls, altars, and the colourful cut-paper streamers.

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All images and information taken with thanks from The Guardian Newspaper reviews of the Mexico City Day of the Dead parade in 2017 and 2018.

Printed Bags

If you aren’t feeling bold enough to wear an all over print. Do it with accessories!

What do your accessories say about you? Below are a collection of High end designer Handbags, all printed;The ultimate arm candy. Who wants to be practical when you can be bold, fun, colourful and make the ultimate statement about your personality. A feast for the eyes… enjoy.

Of course, you cant go wrong with some animal print.

Alexander McQueen

Manu Atelier

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Paul Smith

Not forgetting Florals. Some really gorgeous colourful prints to brighten up any outfit.

Dolce and Gabanna



These conversational prints are so Fun, colourful and playful!





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Miu Miu

Saint Laurent

Vivienne Westwood


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A fabulous collection full of fun, colour and AMAZING prints…

We have featured this amazing brand before, but when we saw what they were doing for their s/s 20 collection we just had to share!

‘FESTIVE FUN 🧡🌾☮️✨🚌!! 50 years on from the most iconic festival of all time, Woodstock, Rixo went Back To The Garden for London Fashion Week! Taking inspiration from Joni Mitchell, their Back to the Garden collection (which you can shop now!🌼) is an ode to the spirit and style of the sixties ✨Retro Woodstock prints’

There is no waiting for this new collection, Rixo offered customers the chance to ‘shop while they showed’.

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Further inspiration was taken from Mary Quant as Rixo had their own bus present on the Kings Row for their collection preview.

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Sublitex designs inspired by the S/S 20 runway

Below we have some beautiful sublitex prints for you. Inspired by the s/s 20 runway edit we did last week.

There is a mixture of bold, colourful florals. From Hand drawn, painterly and  photographic to more graphic styles as well as Ikat and more textural designs.

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Alberta Faretti



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Victoria Beckham


Richard Allen x H&M : Wearable art

Abstract, avant-garde design in high octane colour. H&M’s latest collaboration celebrates the legacy of iconic scarf designer Richard Allan with a contemporary new collection.

Beautiful prints in colours that fit with the current fashion palette, but also resonate from the sixties. Through the collaboration with H&M, Richard Allan’s signature prints and colours make the leap beyond the square to a whole new collection and generation.



Above are own photos taken in H & M.

The Richard Allen x H&M collection is available in stores and online from 22 August.