20 Years on and Cath Kidston is still standing the test of time. After making chintzy florals chic and having all of us fall in love with ditsy flower prints, colourful spots and candy stripes, this lady is again leading the field. Celebrating 20 years in the business is now mean feat and this AW 14 collection is literally looking back in time. Prints and designs are more retro inspired than vintage, definitely more statement pieces then blending in with the rest of your 50’s wardrobe or eclectic home. Everyday items like newspaper print and clocks are incorporated on textiles and fashion items like dresses and bags and cushions and ceramics. There are still plenty of playful elements in this collection, I especially love the ‘Stanley lamp’ and also the ‘Stanley pie funnel’. My favourite print this season is the ‘Townhouses‘ and the navy background of this design makes it so chic. Have a look below, I hope you like it as much as I do.
Spot Velvet cushion with piping TEAL £30 | Spot Velvet cushion with piping Orange £30 | Autumn Bloom Large Velvet cushion with piping £35 | Autumn Bloom Rug £95 | Stanley Lamp £68
Spot Velvet cushion with piping TEAL £30 | Spot Velvet cushion with piping Orange £30 | Autumn Bloom Large Velvet cushion with piping £35 | Clocks cushion £22 | Townhouse cushion with piping £22
Billie alarm clock £22 | London Kitchen Clock £35 | London Alarm Clock £22 | Scattered Stars watch £65 | Mews Ditsy Watch £65 | Billie Watch £65 | Freston Rose £65
Clocks pie dish £24 | Stanley Pie Funnel |
Clocks salt & pepper shakers £ | Set of 4 clock plates £28 | Set of 4 clock tea cups and saucers £42 | Clocks cereal bowl £8.50 | Clocks tea cosy £22 |
Autumn Bloom hedgehog door stop £30
Clocks Large Sewing Basket £42 | Clocks Knitting needle roll £22
Clocks Sleeveless Jacquard Print £65 | Yarn Over Check Cardigan £55 | Newsprint sleeveless printed dress £65
Large Tote Mews Ditsy | Large Tote Big Spot | Large Tote Autumn Bloom | Large Tote Townhouse | Large Tote clocks all £75
Large Clock Tote £75 with gorgeous doggie.
Images supplied by Cath Kidston
Feature by Theoda Solms Iles