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Calico Wallpaper announces its debut fashion line

So many times we look at artwork, upholstery or interior décor and think about how well that would look on us as a garment or an accessory – and now, if you love the beautiful designs by Brooklyn-based Calico Wallpaper as much as we do, you will be thrilled to know they have introduced a limited edition fashion collection.

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Developed in partnership with Williamsburg concept store Swords-Smith and Print All Over Me, the gorgeous motifs of Calico Wallpaper can now clad the bodies of both women and men.

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For this first edition, comprising shirts, dresses, jumpsuits, scarves, sweatshirts and coats, they focused on their gold marbled Wabi and Night Slate patterns as well as a few colour variations of their signature Aurora gradient.

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The pieces are simple and classic in cut, allowing the print to take centre stage, and they are sold exclusively at Swords-Smith both online and in-store – where, adding to the fun, an installation of wallpaper backdrops has been set up so customers can play and camouflage into the wall, for the perfect all-round immersive shopping experience.

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Get ready to play the chic chameleon at parties!

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This collaboration is just the latest great example of the growing and ongoing conversation between the fashion and the interiors world: we have been talking plenty about these blurred borders recently, reporting on the cross-pollination with print inspiration and trend analysis.

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