Eden Collection for Osborne & Little
“The Eden collection is as heavenly as its name suggests: a riot of colours and patterns reflecting the British fashion designer’s diverse influences, from exotic birds to 1970s-style animal prints.”
Matthew’s signature love and mastery of colour, pattern and texture have been paired with Osborne and Little’s savoir faire of furnishing fabrics for the debut Eden collection. September marks the start of a new season in fashion, and as your mind turns to key new wardrobe pieces, you’ll find the refreshing new addition for your home right here. Matthew’s design references mirror his catwalk collections – just as he looks to nature and travel for his runway designs, the Eden collection includes iconic emblems like the peacock feather and tiger, as well as themes of far-flung travels. Let the MW Daily talk you through it…
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The mythological winged Pegasus stallion flits between a floral pattern in rich colour and deep metallics. Abbey Lee’s gown on the spring/summer 2012 runway wove similar shapes…
The exotic birds of Matthew’s Flamingo Bay collection (spring/summer 2003) have long been a favourite from the archive – these jewel-coloured ones between lush palm trees are a fresh new take on it.
Tiger tiger burning bright… Whether in the gown of AW07 or this glittering wallpaper, we love this graphic celebration of far-flung adventures.
Moorish riads and Moroccan souks inspired this geometric print – embroidered over shifts for spring/summer 2012 and now painted in metallics for the Eden collection.
Right from the moment it hit the runway in Matthew’s first collection – embroidered over bias-cut shifts or on the shoulder of a cardigan – the peacock feather is synonymous with our brand. Patterned boldly in this beaded print, it’s an enduring statement.
The spots of the Ocelot (often known as the dwarf leopard) looked chic on the catwalk degrading in ombre colour over tailoring for spring/summer 2013. Now just as elegant in its incarnation for the home…
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