Fashion brand homewares

We all have our favourite brands, the places we rely on for our latest fashion fix. Well, how good would it be if they did interiors, too? Thankfully, some do exactly that, so we’ve hunted down the brands and fashion designers with homeware collections so fabulous you’ll want them all.

Over the years numerous labels have ventured into interiors. Understandable, considering the rise of the Instagram renovation. However, there are some fashion brands that have actually transitioned to lifestyle brand status, as their foray into homewares has been so successful. Take La DoubleJ, Bernadette or Emporio Sirenuse, all are renowned designers recognised for their fabulous dresses, but now their plates and napkins are as covetable as their fashion. 

It’s also true that most of our decor style is an extension of our wardrobe. There’s a high chance that if you opt for minimal cuts and pared-back tailoring, your home will be somewhat similar. So really, how nice to have a one-stop shop for all your style needs. On the high street, Mango, Zara, Arket and H&M are the masters of universal styling at affordable prices. In each of these stores you can leave with not just a jacket, but everything needed for your bathroom (bar the sink, obvs). It feels like sensible shopping; easy, in fact. So which are the other fashion brands with homeware collections? Read on for more…


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If you like colour and prints, then you’ll definitely adore La DoubleJ. What began as a shoppable magazine created by former journalist J.J. Martin fast became a maximalist heaven featuring unique fashion in flamboyant vintage fabrics. The founder took her love for vintage and created a brand overflowing with personality and that incredible Italian spirit. Every piece, from dresses and skirts to tops and tees, is of the highest quality made from luxurious fabrics in Italy. Funnily enough, the joy didn’t stop there. With growing excitement for the fashion collections, Martin introduced an energy-packed homeware line. Picture hand-painted plates, vibrant tablecloths, colourful glassware, then add more colour. The collection is without doubt utterly fabulous, and not for the faint-hearted. We love.

Rooted in maximalist prints and the mood-boosting powers of chakra-conscious colors, La DoubleJ has established a unique identity designed to elevate one’s state along with one’s style.


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The Milanese-based brand launched in 2015 selling vintage dresses. It soon evolved into a unique, vibrant fashion label, and then in 2017, the company launched printed plates, printed table linens and the homeware label was born.


The Paris-born designer made her mark on the fashion world with a jewellery collection denoting powerful messages of female strength. Each creation is feminine, yet impactful featuring lines, curves and circles. Sensuality is at the core of her designs, many of which celebrate the female form. Again, it seemed only natural for her to branch out into designer homewares. The ‘Love Handles’ vase was the big debut and its success was unparalleled. Her collection has continued to grow, with a phenomenal cult following that every designer can only dream of.

Anissa Kermiche adds a confrontational nod of empowerment to her collections. What began as art-worthy jewellery has now grown into statement home pieces making us talk about uncomfortable topics... that need to be talked about. Kermiche is both designer and genius.

This is a home collection that screams tongue-in-cheek playfulness.


Would you believe Mango has been a fashion staple since 1984? It surprised me too. With some of the most recognisable ‘Supers’ fronting its fashion campaigns, the Spanish-born store catapulted into our wardrobes. Injecting effortless, yet modern pieces into our style arsenal, the label was guaranteed to stick around. In 2008, it expanded into menswear, followed shortly by kidswear. So the inevitable next step had to be interiors.


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Synonymous with casual, chic styling, Mango has made its mark on the global high street. Successfully marrying contemporary pieces with high-end quality, there's no surprise it has become a go-to for every day fashion... and now, every day homeware.

Spanish fashion brand Mango dipped its toe into the interiors world, taking inspiration from the Mediterranean aesthetic. Initially just textiles, today everything from bedding to tableware.


Another Spanish label to liberate itself from the limitations of fashion, Loewe (pronunced “lo-weh-vay”) embraces change and the playfulness of the arts. Under the creative direction of Jonathan Anderson, it has become one of the most recognised and talked-about brands in the last decade. Anderson has brought a sense of fun, stepping away from outdated ideas in favour of a more vibrant Ibiza-inspired direction. His debut Puzzle Bag became an instant cult tote and turned the spotlight back on the brand. He has collabed with stylists, rappers and celebs (hello Harry Styles, Zendaya, Hailey Bieber and Rihanna), understands popular culture and the power of association, so yes, Loewe is fast becoming the ‘it’ label of 2023.  As for the homewares, that was a no-brainer, another opportunity to celebrate Loewe. With the same boldness seen in the ready-to-wear collections, the collection consists of eye-catching blankets, decorative boxes and seductive home scents.

Thanks to Creative Director, Jonathan Anderson, Loewe is at the forefront of not just fashion, but the arts. Consistently embracing new ideas and working with actors and creatives of the moment, this is a label to watch, covet and admire.


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Translating Loewe's free-spirit and high energy into a homeware collection was a given. Taking over a year to develop, Anderson travelled the globe to perfect the range which features heady home scents and handicrafts from Japanese boro, Spanish shearling intarsia, African patchwork from Togo and Senegal, and ribbon embroidery from India.

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Bernadette, the Antwerp-based fashion label from creative mum-and-daughter duo, Bernadette and Charlotte de Geyter, launched quilts crafted entirely from fabric scraps from their previous collections - wasting nothing.

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