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Brief Published: 13 Sep 2012

Donna Wilson at Maison et Objet


British designer Donna Wilson debuted her latest collection earlier this week at Paris design show Maison et Objet. Along with new furnishing designs, the collection featured a range of tableware – a new addition to the brand. The collection has been produced in collaboration with London-based manufacturer SCP.

The range includes bone china tableware featuring a teal acorn print, and printed glass tumblers and jugs with a nautical theme. Both ranges reference Wilson’s trademark whimsical and jolly style. The glassware prints and ceramics are produced in Stoke-on-Trent, England.

Wilson started her own company almost a decade ago, when she sold her entire collection at her Royal College of Art final show. Originally focusing on knitted animals and home furnishings with quirky motifs and patterns, her range now also includes rugs, furniture and stationery. 

Wilson will be showing this Autumn/Winter 2012 collection at SCP East next week during the London Design Festival. For more upcoming highlights of the event, see Stylus’ Events Report, London Design Festival: Preview.

Maison et Objet ran from September 7-11 2012. Check back for further coverage, coming soon.

Donna Wilson