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A velvet reverse printed cushion, in pink
Designed by Barbara Hulanicki


A velvet reverse printed cushion, in pink
Designed by Barbara Hulanicki

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Inspired by the classic Art Nouveau/Art Deco graphics of legendary fashion designer, Barbara Hulanicki - ‘Biba’ anyone? The Paloma collection has us super excited.



Padded with premium-end feathers for a plush place to lay your head, our Paloma cushion uses a textured cotton canvas front and sumptuous velvet reverse.


All about the finer details, the Paloma theme is a visual collision of abstract lines and shapes. Think 70s with a contemporary MADE twist.

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Designed by Barbara Hulanicki OBE

Barbara Hulanicki OBE

Barbara is the founder of iconic fashion label Biba, a brand that defined what it meant to be cool and British in the 70s. She has a gift for making opulence edgy, and uses this when designing for today's fashion greats, like Fiorucci and Cacharel.

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