The London Fashion Week favourite has designed a range of homewares for interiors brand Habitat.

Henry Holland isn’t known to shy away from bold designs and statement pieces, having collaborated with brands from Levi’s to Le Specs, as well as foraying into the world of dog accessories. For his latest collaboration he has paired up with interiors brand Habitat to launch his first homeware collection. Directly transposing prints from his SS16 catwalk show, his hallucinatory patterns in neon blue and orange took their inspiration from Hunter S. Thompson’s psychedelic novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and the 1998 cult film adaptation starring Johnny Depp.

These limited edition designs include artwork from animator and painter Suzan Pitt who has penned a series of creepy crawlies that adorn Henry Holland’s SS16 collection and now furniture and textiles. The range sees the trippy prints features across a two-seater sofa, armchair and scatter cushions, as well as including a miss-matched animal print throw, reflecting his kooky, ‘no shits given’ aesthetic.

“I’m so excited to be working on my first interiors range with Habitat. I recently bought my first house and am really getting into soft furnishings these days, so luckily this project has come just at the right time!” said Henry Holland. “It’s been a lot of fun translating our SS16 collection for a different creative industry, taking our 1970s psychedelic, hallucinatory prints from the catwalk and working with new materials and techniques specifically for the home.”

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