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Hobbs grows Historic Royal Palaces series

Sixth collaboration is inspired by the gardens of Hampton Court Palace.

High-end fashion retailer Hobbs has extended its collaboration with Historic Royal Palaces, with its sixth collection now available.

The new limited edition series has been inspired by the gardens of Hampton Court Palace.

This year celebrates 300 years of gardening at Hampton Court Palace, with Collection No.6 aiming to pay homage to the milestone.

The range consists of four key themes and prints – Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, The Tulip Print, Botanical Inspiration and The Great Vine.

The prints appear across items including trousers, tops, jackets, shoes, dresses, cardigans and accessories.

In addition, to celebrate the release of the collection, Hobbs is giving away one annual family membership to Historic Royal Palaces in an exclusive competition.

Selected stores also have a limited number of Palace seeds to give away in-store with any purchase from Collection No.6.

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