Vivienne Westwood has team with the British based firm Cole & Son for a collection of wallpapers. According to WWD, the designs of the wallpapers will be taken from some of the past ready-to-wear collections and launched under the label Vivienne Westwood for Cole & Son. The collection will be available through Cole & Son U.S. stockists later this year.
Wallpaper designs include Squiggle, taken from Westwood's 1981 autumn Pirate collection and Cut Out Lace, based on a sample of antique lace from 2007's I Am Expesiv collection.
“This collection is a perfect opportunity to be able to work with a heritage company and to see my ideas from fashion translated into the world of interiors and wallpaper,” Westwood explained about her move into the interior design field.
The prices will range from 55 pounds for a standard roll to 188 pounds for a trompe l'oeil design that looks of ruched tartan fabric. That comes to about $87 to $298 US.
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