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Keep in touch with your friends and fashion – stationery & accessories from Pearl Lowe

In Interiors on April 18, 2012 at 5:00 pm
Pearl Lowe stationary range

Pearl Lowe stationary range

With lace remaining a firm fashion favourite for Spring/Summer, you can now also keep your stationary on trend with these luxury lace greeting cards and stationery from Pearl Lowe.

These intricate, vintage-inspired cards from singer-turned-designer Pearl, are hand printed on recycled paper and have the edgy yet feminine feel – fast becoming Pearl’s signature look across her design ventures.

Pearl Lowe Stationary Range

Pearl Lowe Stationary Range

Pearl says of her new collection: “Deciding on the perfect card to send to that certain someone isn’t always easy. I wanted to create a collection that depicted my personal style, as well as representing what I would look for in a card. My love for gothic, vintage textures provided the inspiration, as I wanted to maintain my signature style but channel it through this new and exclusive collection of elegant stationery.”

Pearl Lowe’s stationery range is available from retail website www.notonthehighstreet.com and luxury department store, Selfridges.
Pearl Lowe's Candle collaboration with DP London

Pearl Lowe's Candle collaboration with DP London

In another creative collaboration, new beauty and lifestyle brand DP London has partnered with the designer to create a range of collectors’ edition candles in its 3 iconic fragrances – Spiced Punch, White Flowers, and Citrus Fruits.

Pearl stated: “For me scent is quite simply the ultimate home accessory. I love transforming the mood with these candles and find candlelight so decadent. They envelop a room with scent that lingers for hours, and create complete calm in my home. The travel candles are also amazing as they help me to take a little home comfort with me and also work equally well in a guest room at home”.

The Pearl Lowe for DP London Candle range will be available exclusively from Selfridges and ASOS.com from October 2011 and from www.dplondon.com

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