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Anthropologie teams with fashion designer Alice Archer

New 20-piece collaboration for high street retailer spans fashion, accessories and homeware.

High street retailer Anthropologie has collaborated with British fashion designer, Alice Archer on a new 20-piece collection.

Including fashion, accessories and homeware, the collaboration has been inspired by a trip to Sissinghurst Castle and its white rose gardens, according to Fashion United, and reflects Alice’s feminine and romantic style.

The fashion line features classic cotton, silks, tulle, satins and Broderie Anglaise across the likes of dresses and tulle skirts. Meanwhile, accessories include green and pink leather mules, floral scarves, hair clips, headbands and floral scrunchies.

Homeware includes a bedding set, floral dining chairs and cushions.

“This was such a rich collaborative experience because Anthropologie and I have many shared interests and values, from embroidery and textiles to exceptional craftsmanship, and a desire to develop truly special, unique pieces,” said Alice. “I have always wanted to design homeware and it was really fun to explore how embroidery works in these different contexts.”

Gill McCulloch, buying director for Anthropologie Europe, continued: “Alice Archer is celebrated for creativity and craftsmanship, a philosophy that resonates with Anthropologie’s own ethos.

“Her creative use of colour, embroidery and print along with her elegant approach to design is a natural fit for Anthropologie and our customer.”

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