LONDON, June 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
- This Season House of Fraser Celebrates a new and Exclusive Design Collaboration With Renowned Designer Sue Timney.
Best known for her distinctive black and white designs, Sue Timney's work flows effortlessly between fashion and interiors. Her exclusive collection with House of Fraser marks an exciting new chapter in the designer's history, and adds another exclusive label to the department store's ever-expanding portfolio. Streets ahead of other retailers, with a diverse range of fashion, one of the best shoe shops (http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/Shoes/319,default,sc.html) and an assortment of interior and home ware, House of Fraser have everything under one roof.
Timney at House of Fraser encapsulates Sue's iconic designs, with a collection of women's fashion and home product. Graphic and striking, her signature monochrome designs are seen on bed linen, china and home accessories, as well as a capsule collection of swimwear, beachwear and fashion accessories.
Eclecticism has become a buzzword for British style and is at the heart of Timney's signature designs. Nowhere is this more evident than across the variety of graphic print silk scarves created exclusively for House of Fraser. The 'Clock Face' design, synonymous with Timney, has been recreated along with a range of beautiful animal and classical prints.
Monochrome stripes and beach-inspired Ammonite patterns appear on a range of beach bags, women's swimwear and small leather accessories. Cosmetic bags and passport holders with subtle interior-trims complement the collection, which includes holiday essentials such as beach towels and 1950s-inspired sunglasses. Matching graphic-print bikinis, swimming costumes and relaxed women's dresses provide elegant and stylish beachwear and cover-up solutions.
With a distinctly neo-Classical feel, the Timney home collection is predominantly black and white. Colour is introduced on a striking 'Menagerie' design which features brightly-coloured exotic animals, on a black and white Rococo-style background. Elsewhere, colour is used to highlight fine bone china, whilst 'Cathedral' features monochrome twisted columns on a contrasting pink background with a stylish black and white stripe rim.
The rest of the collection caters for monochrome purists. Timney's signature 'Regency' stripe livens up homeware, with this iconic detail also forming the background of the chic 'Fleur de Lys' print. A Fornasetti-style cameo embellishment is used on a cushion and cake stand, whilst Timney's iconic 'Clock Face' works perfectly on a cushion and across dinnerware.
House of Fraser has 61 stores in the United Kingdom and Ireland, offering luxurious items and a premium shopping experience. From the latest men's, women's and children's clothing to beauty essentials and must-have home accessories, House of Fraser continues to expand its much-loved collections, from House of Fraser dresses online ( http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/women%27s+designer+dresses/301,default,sc.html ) to interior designing, both online at houseoffraser.co.uk and in stores across the country.
About House of Fraser:
House of Fraser (http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/) is a department store group with 61 enviable locations across the UK and Ireland. As one of the best known names on the high street, House of Fraser has presented customers with an unrivalled nationwide department store for 160 years. The company was acquired by the Highland consortium in November 2006 marking the beginning of an exciting new chapter in its history. The group has annual sales in excess of GBP1.25bn and employs 6,500 House of Fraser staff and 10,000 concession staff through 5 million sq ft of selling space.
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