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Portico unveils new Alice Scott collection

London design brand makes further licensing in-roads with stationery and gifting.

Following on from successful launches in both home storage and ceramics this year, London design brand Alice Scott is set to expand further into the stationery and gifting arena, with a new 18-piece collection produced under licence by Portico.

Creating a strong table-top story, the range leads with the tropical Wildlands and Palmhouse prints, alongside new geometrics and more whimsical editorial.

Premium boards, finishes and gold details give the line a sharp, contemporary mood.

“This range has been a wonderful opportunity to bring together the bold patterning and editorial which is synonymous with the brand,” said Heather Flynn, founder and designer of Alice Scott.

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