Designer Henry Holland takes over space at The Hoxton Holborn

George Sell By George Sell
27 January 2017 | Updated 27 January 2017

UK: British fashion designer Henry Holland has taken over a space at The Hoxton, Holborn for a month-long residency.

UK: British fashion designer Henry Holland has taken over a space at The Hoxton, Holborn for a month-long residency.

To celebrate the launch of his label House of Holland's second interiors collection with London design brand Habitat, a room at the hotel will feature designs and artworks from House of Holland's SS17 collection - Free To Roam - including bedding, upholstery and textiles from the brand's latest collection for Habitat.

After graduating from the London College of Printing with a BA Journalism, Henry Holland was catapulted into the fashion limelight in 2006 with his irreverent 'fashion groupies' slogan tees. In February 2008, after two seasons showing with Fashion East, House of Holland held its first solo show on the London Fashion Week schedule to critical acclaim. Now in the brand's 16th season, House of Holland is established in the international fashion arena and in January 2012 was awarded a two-season fashion forward sponsorship.

Henry designs with "a London girl aesthetic in mind and is continually inspired by the variety of attitudes, cultures and mind-sets that exist throughout the UK capital".

www.habitat.co.uk
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