There’s no doubt that lockdown changed many of us but for British fashion designer Henry Holland, it led him towards a whole new career. Turning away from his iconic graphic fashion brand in search of a slower pace Henry has pivoted to pots.

Every piece is handmade in the London studio and mainly made to order. Have a look at the ‘available now’ tab for extra pieces and overspill from larger orders.

It was a delight to talk to Henry and learn not only how pressured the fashion industry is but what inspires him these days. Turns out that phenomenal creative energy hasn’t gone away just because it’s no longer directed at fashion. He’s not stopping at mugs and vases but a new homewares brand might just be on the horizon.

The perfect breakfast set up, Henry’s Checkerboard collection

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