Henry Holland for Habitat

Henry Holland for Habitat

Fashion Week favourite Henry Holland pairs with Habitat for a psychedelic interiors collection

British designer Henry Holland has collaborated with contemporary homeware company Habitat on a bold and beautiful limited edition interiors line. The range digitally translates his SS16 runway collection, which drew inspiration from Hunter S. Thompson’s book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, across both upholstery and textiles. 

With magnified paradise palm and insect prints and an amplified neon colour palette, the hugely anticipated collection is strictly for those who looking to make a statement from the ground up. 

"I'm so excited to be working on my first interiors range with Habitat,” says Henry. “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! It’s been a lot of fun translating our SS16 collection for a different creative industry, taking our 1970’s psychedelic, hallucinatory prints from the catwalk and working with new materials and techniques specifically for the home.”

The collection is available to buy now from Habitat London flagships and online at habitat.co.uk and houseofholland.co.uk

  • Words: Rebecca Parker