French Connection launches a homeware line

Posted by Suzi | April 18, 2012



Following in the footsteps of Zara and H&M, French Connection has just launched a home range. It’s got a mixed reaction from the UK press- who with a typical dash of cynicism has accused it of being boring. But, personally, I really like it.

OK there are no knock-outs. But for well-priced basics (my fav being the Hamptons style jersey cushions) I think it’s spot on. There are elegant-neutrals, expensive-looking textures and funky silhouettes.

FCUK it, for those prices- go crazy!

See the full collection: here.

 




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