House of Holland x Habitat
British fashion designer Henry Holland is collaborating this Spring/Summer season (SS17) with Habitat to launch his new interiors collection. The limited edition designs features a series of artwork from the SS16 House of Holland season translated across both textiles and upholstery.
Fantasy On Film
House of Holland's SS16 collection was inspired by the 1970s casinos and hotels in Hunter S. Thompson's book, and the 1998 cult, psychedelic film “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, and the collection for Habitat is very much based on this. House of Holland’s new collection of furniture and accessories for Habitat is a festival of colour, pattern and fun.
Sofas, rugs, tableware and accessories have been splashed with Holland’s secret weapon: unexpected colour combos and eye-grabbing prints. Scarlet, tangerine, magenta and cobalt are set against a more neutral base of khaki, green, Oxford blue and blush pink.
In Henry’s own words: "I love taking reference from films because I'm fascinated with the characterisation of fashion and the way that you can build up an idea of a person without even having the sound turned up."
After his breakthrough collection in 2006, Henry, and his “House of Holland” label, have gone from strength to strength. Now, in the brand’s 13th season, House of Holland is firmly established in the international fashion arena, and in 2012 it was awarded a two-season fashion forward sponsorship.