do the stretch mean low
Here’s a new collection from Graham & Brown that was created with renowned retro designers, Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway. The couple founded their company with a small stall at Camden Market selling secondhand and customized clothing, and built their business, Red or Dead, into an international fashion label, going on to win the British Fashion Council’s Street Style Designer of the Year Award three times in a row.
deco diamond enamel green
loopy lines rock a billy
To celebrate Great Britain’s creativity across the decades, Graham & Brown and Hemingway Design launched Vintage by Hemingway Design. Donna Riley, the Brand Manager of Graham & Brown describes wallpaper to be “…a massive part of our culture after all, it provides the backdrop against which we live our lives. These new designs give a nod to the past and a wink to the future”.
The collection includes four designs, each taking its inspiration from a different decade. Deco Diamond from the glamor of the 1930s, Grid from the modern style of the 1950s, Loopy Lines from the swinging 1960s and Do the Stretch from the space odyssey feel of the 1970s.