H&M Home reveals Diane von Furstenberg collaboration

New 31-piece collection consists of the bold prints that the fashion designer is known for across interiors and decorative items.

H&M Home has teamed with fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg on a new 31-piece collection, launching on 16 April.

The collection consists of bold prints that Diane is renowned for, such as zebra and leopard print, a kissable lip pattern and her abstract signature lettering.

The 31-piece collection featurees a range of interiors and decorative items including wool blankets, cushion covers, boxes, trays, candles, espresso cups, small plates, vases, pots, posters and a robe.

“The prints in the H&M HOME collaboration are very iconic,” commented Diane. “The ‘Diane’ print I created 20 years ago when I started the company, while the lips print comes from the painting Andy Warhol did of me. Personally, I love animal prints – zebra is very DVF – and also vibrant orange and pinks, but monochrome black and white is very chic, too. The whole collection is fabulous, and I can’t wait to share it with everyone.”

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