I am so in love with this collection! his autumn, H&M is collaborating with Morris & Co, the quintessentially British interiors brand founded in 1861 by William Morris, one of the most influential designers of the Arts & Crafts Movement. The collection features some of the most recognized archival prints in romantic yet tailored designs. When I saw it, it was love at first sight; William Morris is not only synonymous with the Arts and Crafts movement, but also a strong advocate of beautiful design. The iconic Morris & Co prints used in the collection include Love is Enough, a tribute to William Morris many skills as a writer, poet and typographer as well as Lily Leaf and Marigold’s all-over prints, while the flower heads of Pimpernel originated as a wallpaper print and hung in Morris’ own dining room at Kelmscott House. Woodford Plaid is a contemporary version of a traditional tartan and similarly, The Brook is a print created in 2015 but inspired by medieval tapestries. Originally block-printed onto cotton, Snakeshead was one of Morris’ favourite chintzes and illustrates his skill of combining the dramatic with the delicate. I love the whole collection, I bought a couple of items and this is the first look. Hope you will like it!
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