H&M Home unveils collaboration with Rabanne

H&M Home unveils collaboration with Rabanne




The H&M Home collection, designed in partnership with Rabanne’s creative director Julien Dossena, provides a sophisticated counterpoint to the womenswear, menswear and accessories designs.

Rendered in the house’s signature metallics, offset with geometric 1970s-inspired prints, the collection spans furniture, lighting, table-top accessories, loungewear, and soft furnishings. Key pieces include the metallic sequin curtain, which draws on an iconic design from the house’s homeware archives; a sequin embellished lamp, which has synergies with the collection’s partywear; and a graphic metallic stool. Accessories include metallic vases, candleholders and goblets, alongside monogrammed trays, bottles, a set of dice and a deck of playing cards presented in a silver case.

Then there is the range of organic cotton and luxurious wool loungewear, comprising monogrammed towels, blankets and robes, as well as eye-catching cushions and rugs in a striking geometric print, the brand said in a press release.

“While this was my first experience designing homeware and objects, our founder Paco Rabanne

Crafted in high-quality materials including stainless steel, post-consumer recycled zinc, recycled polyester, organic cotton and wool, the collection has a focus on durability.

“At H&M Home, we are always looking for opportunities to offer our customers something really unique, and to showcase a world where fashion and interiors can meet. Rabanne was the perfect collaborator, with Julien Dossena bringing his visionary approach to radical modernism to interiors for the first time. We’re excited to present a wide-ranging collection that builds on the heritage of the house but infuses it with contemporary relevance, as well as playful twists with pieces that will make perfect gifts for the holiday season,” said Evelina Kravaev-Söderberg, head of design & creative at H&M Home. 

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