Giles Deacon designed a range of textiles and wallpapers for Sanderson

While working on the Sanderson x Giles Deacon collection, the British fashion designer and illustrator explored the brand’s 160-year-old archive and offered his interpretation of iconic prints. Deacon mixed recognizable plant patterns, as well as ancient Greek and medieval motifs with modern references. Highlights from the collaborative series include the Pygmalion print, a rococo print featuring dolphins, giant artichokes, and clam shells; the more contrasting Cupid’s Beau, inspired by an archival Etchings & Roses pattern; and the diamond Bantam Net pattern, which recreates pieces from Giles Deacon’s 2004 collection. According to the designer, the models he created are suitable for those for whom eccentricity and comfort are equally important and who appreciate beauty in every detail. 

Photo: Sanderson.

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