Star of the show: House of Hackney’s new capsule collection

Ten per cent of profits from this 1970s-inspired dress, jacket and wallpaper will go to Help Refugees

House of Hackney silk Appleby bomber jacket in Oswego print, £285
House of Hackney silk Appleby bomber jacket in Oswego print, £285

Known for playfully reworking traditional patterns and Arts and Crafts prints, the British interiors, fashion and lifestyle brand House of Hackney has this winter launched a charitable capsule collection in its new Oswego print. A repeating lattice design of six-pointed stars in a fashionably muddy selection of 1970s colours, the print is created by the husband and wife team of Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley – the brand’s founders – and is available as a velvet fabric (£110 per m) and a wallpaper (£145 per roll). The collection also includes a silk-satin-backed velvet quilt (£495, 130cm x 150cm), a silk-jersey minidress (£265) and a silk bomber jacket (£285).

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Ten per cent of profits will go to Help Refugees, a charity created in response to the humanitarian crisis in Calais, which is now delivering aid to more than 25 refugee camps across Europe and Asia.

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