Arley House, Redland and Rampley all launching new lines across fabrics, accessories and luggage.
V&A has welcomed a number of new partners to its licensing programme, covering a range of categories.
Arley House will be launching a collection of furnishing fabrics and cushions at Decorex this autumn, while Redland is planning a V&A luggage range for spring 2017.
Meanwhile, Rampley will be unveiling its silk pocket squares later this year, taking inspiration from Iznik tiles, stained glass and commemorative handkerchiefs in the V&A’s archive.
Further new lines come from Quadrille, which has launched a stationery range reflecting the eclectic riches of the V&A’s collections.
The luxury range of notecards, fold and post, a tabbed notebook and desk planner showcase striking designs and geometric architectural details, Japanese garments and stylish arts and crafts fabrics.
Royal Doulton has also created a new figurine collection, inspired by drawings from the V&A’s House of Worth collection, while the first collection of King & McGaw’s art prints and frames showcases the V&A’s fashion photography, illustration, Japanese and Indian artworks.
A new ceramics range from Creative Tops and a jewellery collection from Silver Seasons are also new additions to the licensing programme.