EVENT | TOP SUSTAINABLE INTERIOR GOODS INSPIRED BY LONDON FASHION WEEK

February 18, 2020

EVENT | TOP SUSTAINABLE INTERIOR GOODS INSPIRED BY LONDON FASHION WEEK

Pictured- Simone Rocha photographed by Victor Virgile Getty Images. Products- Ghanaian Woven Bowler Shade, Regina Crochet Basket, Ghanaian Open Weave Shade

London Fashion week has come under scrutiny in the past few years, with questions about sustainability sitting front row. It is no longer acceptable for fashion to be disposable. We believe that the most impactful of fashion statements are those that are timeless, effortless and desired to be re-worn.

Interiors trends have followed a similar fast fashion culture, with trends changing faster than the seasons. An emphasis on inspiration rather than 'This Seasons Trends' suggests that your chosen scheme can be influenced and inspired by Spring/Summer 2020 but must last longer than the follow up of Autumn/Winter collections.

We've put together a selection of our ethical goods inspired by this weeks catwalks. Currently on trend, you'll love them far beyond this season and they'll last for years to come within your home.

Pictured- Shrimps (left) Preen (right) photographed by Jeff Spicer/BFC Getty Images. Products- Ghanaian Bolga Shopping Basket, Pricilla Hot Pink Basket, Rose Pink Table Cloth, Magenta Recycled Paper Decoration, Ruphence Fuchsia Stripe Basket

Millennial, blush, clay and plaster pink have had a bold new update. This decadent shade is already a popular colour way for our hand woven Kenyan and Ghanaian baskets. Different shades of pink look great together, a fuchsia pink basket will bring out the tones in your 'Pink Ground' lounge walls. 

Pictured- Preen (left) photographed by Jeff Spicer/BFC Getty Images, Richard Quinn (right) photographed by Courtesy. Products- Garden Tiger Moth Quilt, Garden Tiger Moth Pillow Case, Bronze Palm Diamond Shade, Garden Tiger Moth Large Pouch

All over prints are a fun way to add some colour to your interior decor, this season they happen to be metallic, matching prints however, we're long standing fans of a print clash. Our top tip is to choose prints with similar colours and pattern size to give you the illusion of matching prints. Try our Garden Tiger Moth hand block printed textiles with our Bronze Palm recycled paper light shades.

If you're looking for a more sustainable side to Fashion week, check out the Positive Fashion Exhibition, or head to Fashion Revolutions website, they host their own campaign week from 20th-26th April.




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