This Wallpaper Company Created Clothes For H&M
Some of the beautiful pieces in the collection are under P600, and are available locally!
Popular Swedish fashion brand H&M is known for their designer collaborations, with the likes of Karl Lagerfeld, Missoni, and Stella McCartney coming out with design-on-a-budget collections that sell out within minutes of launching.
One of the latest H&M collaborations isn't a fashion house, but rather British interior brand GP & J Baker, which is known for their elegant, patterned wallpaper and textiles. The company dates back to 1884, and is a proud holder of the Royal Warrant since 1982. This means that the company provides wallpaper coverings and fabrics for the Royal Household.
If you're wondering why H&M would choose an interiors brand, it is known that GP & J Baker carries one of the largest privately owned textile archives in the world, so that makes perfect sense. The famous 18th-century painter William Turner painted one of the patterns, Magnolia, and other patterns include Orange Bird, Blossom, and Hydrangrea bird (seen here), and these were used as patterns for the H&M collection.
The delicate, classic patterns in teal, black, red, peacock, and other multi colors can be seen in H&M's shift dresses, lounge dresses, button-ups, blouses, robes, skirts, and pants that range from P599 to P2,290.
Available at H&M branches nationwide; for a list of branches, click here.
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