Iconic designs: Barbara Hulanicki’s third collection for Graham & Brown

British wallpaper brand Graham & Brown unveiled its third collaboration with the founder of Biba, Barbara Hulanicki. The latest wallpaper collection is inspired by dress prints used in the early Biba decade, 1964-1974. The collection coincides with the launch of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s new book, The Biba Years, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Hulanicki’s fashion brand, Biba.

Two new wallpaper designs, The Hypnotist and Funky Flora, are reflective of Hulanicki’s passion for creating iconic designs. The Hypnotist is inspired by the monochrome geometric prints of Op Art and recreated from an original Biba jumpsuit. The Hypnotist is available in Mono, Noir, and Lime & Ice. Meanwhile, Funky Flora is inspired by an original Biba fabric, featured on pieces including dresses, hats and jumpsuits. Funky Flora is available in Regal, Candy Pink, Tangerine Dream and Lime & Ice.

Graham & Brown, which was established over 60 years ago, collaborates  with designers such as Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Julien Macdonald, Hemingway Design and Linda Barker.

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