From fashion designers’ new homeware collections to the latest collaborations; these are the brands that fashion insiders wouldn’t host a party without.
The connection between fashion and art has long been debated; is fashion art? Should fashion be art? Whatever your thoughts on the issue there’s no doubt that the industries are inextricably linked and while we aren’t quite ready to hang our favourite fashion garms from the walls, we are ready to invest in the new interiors collections designed by our favourite fashion designers.
From Gucci to Preen, Peter Pilotto to Anissa Kermiche, recent moves of several feted fashion houses into interiors has us seriously salivating. And most recently fashion’s favourite artist, Luke Edward Hall has joined forces with Habitat for a collection so delightful it’s selling out like hot cakes or rather Gucci bags.
When it comes to table-scaping look no further than design duo Peter Pilotto’s pastel plates combined with Matilda Goad’s linen scalloped edged napkins and vibrant candles. While French jewellery designer Anissa Kermiche has created beautiful vases and jugs that will brighten up any mantelpiece, or act as the talking point to any dinner party.
Brit designers Preen have transplanted their signature florals and ruffles onto cushions and throws that are capable of totally transforming living spaces in need of some finessing, while Gucci Decor uses the houses’ eye prints, cat motifs and maximalist aesthetic on everything from more affordable candles, incense and trinket trays to decadent cushions and wallpaper, giving us major interior envy.
Whether you’re looking to add some sparkle to your dinner table or totally transform your home; here’s our edit of the most fashionable interiors pieces available to buy right now.
Luke Edward Hall for Habitat Head of Apollo Lamp
Young artist Luke Edward Hall has been a smash-hit with the fashion crowd since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2012. Having worked with Burberry, Liberty London and Bicester Village, Hall has now teamed up with Habitat for a limited piece collection of epic homewares including bedding, prints, cushions and this lamp.
Head of Apollo lamp, £200, Luke Edward Hall x Habitat
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Ruffled floral-print satin cushion
London Fashion Week favourites recently launched cushions and bedspreads and they are everything you would expect from the brand; plenty of pastels, floral prints, ruffle details and contemporary colour combos; we are obsessed.
Ruffled floral-print cushion, £185, Preen By Thornton Bregazzi
Anissa Kermiche Jugs Jug
Jewellery designer Anissa Kermiche launched vases celebrating the female form; the Jugs Jug and the Love Handles vase earlier this year. Both styles come in pretty pastel shades and more vibrant shades of blue and green.
Gucci eye-print porcelain hand tray
Gucci homeware launched in 2017 and has grown to include printed wallpaper, cushions, jewellery trays, plates, candles and more. But is there anything chicer than a bedside Gucci tray full of jewellery and the occasional midnight snack?
Eye-print porcelain tray, £490, Gucci
Liberty London Duvet Set
The iconic Liberty London print is no longer reserved for your walls and for your cushions, you can now garner every inch of your home in the beautiful fabrics including your bedding.
Cotton sateen double bed set, £300, Liberty London
Cabana Magazine Linen Placemats
Cabana Magazine’s linen placemats and tablecloths will transform your summer dinner parties.
Multicoloured linen placemats, £62, Cabana Magazine (matchesfashion.com)
Peter Pilotto Floral-print small ceramic plate
British label Peter Pilotto’s pastel ceramics tap into the brand’s signature prints and we could not be more on board.
Matilda Goad scalloped linen napkins
Matilda Goad has been enchanting the fashion world for a few years now with her scalloped lamps, rainbow cutlery and pastel linen. We love her sets of scalloped napkins for summer dinners al fresco.
Opening image: Matilda Goad for Matchesfashion.com
Product images: courtesy of individual brands