Jo Malone London’s new collection puts the fun in home fragrance

‘People have been spoon-fed minimalism for thus a few years, and so they’re prepared for some fun in their houses,’ says Shona Heath. The set designer has reworked numerous areas, from style campaigns and movie units to exhibitions, together with one among the most profitable installations ever at the V&A in 2019: Tim Walker’s Wonderful Things.
Most just lately, the inventive has ventured into the world of ceramics, partnering with British model, Jo Malone London and working intently with its inventive director, Wandjina Glasheen-Brown on a home equipment collection, ‘Up the Garden Path’.
‘I’ve all the time wished to do one thing in ceramic and I’ve collected all types of pottery and collectible figurines since I used to be a toddler,’ says Heath, who reveals the playful characters of the collection are impressed by the Twenties kids’s books, The Flower Fairies, delivered to life by English illustrator Cecily Mary Baker.

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