FatFace takes a bite out of food gifting category

Collection will launch exclusively with Boots this Christmas.

FatFace is launching its first food gifting range exclusively with Boots this Christmas.

The collection – which arrives in-store this month – consists of seven gifts.

These include a cosy glazed ceramic mug with socks, a travel eco-friendly bamboo mug with coffee, a reusable water bottle, a white washed wooden breakfast tray with two glazed mugs, a traditional seagrass mini hamper, glazed egg cups with knitted warmers and hot chocolate and mallows with gloves for those wintery evenings.

Design Group has worked with the lifestyle brand on the range, using hand-drawn prints to create the collection.

Busy FatFace has ramped up its licensing programme recently. Earlier this week, Source reported on a new line of slumber beds and deep duvets for pets from Danish Design, moving the brand into the pet bed category.

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