Twenty years after launching her eponymous fashion line, Alice Temperley has launched her first homeware range.

A favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge and worn by everyone from Amber Heard to Katy Perry, the Somerset designer is known for throwing festival-like themed parties for celebrity friends.

The wild, boho events are also a showcase for her brand, beloved for its romantic, vintage-tinged designs, with evening dresses retailing for thousands of pounds and a successful bridal range.

Now this look can be brought home too, with a selection of whimsically patterned quilts, tablecloths and cushions in sumptuous velvet and satin set to hit the market this month, priced from £120.


Kate wearing Temperley to meet Indian prime minister Narenda Modi in New Delhi (Getty Images)

All pieces in the capsule collection are emblazoned with the brand’s archive prints, including the ever-popular leopard print and bold floral designs.

The velvet and satin embroidered cushions are made in England, while the throws and tablecloths are handmade and embroidered in India.

“I first made quilts for my home 12 years ago and still love them all. People used to stay over and want to leave with them, so it feels completely natural to be incorporating them into our collections,” says Temperley.

“Homeware is a form of luxury and each piece in our line is designed to decorate any room of the home, adding a touch of fun through colour and pattern.”

Priced between £120 and £850, the homewares are available from the Temperley London shop on Bruton Street and online.

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