I Heart Mr Morris x

But as a rule, it’s been because of his interiors..however..
1010299_588194241225644_1977287225_n Nigel Weymouth wearing William Morris Jacket with Rufus Potts Dawson, Amanda Lear and Jess. Photo by Colin Jones 1967.421890_593424814035920_926321943_n-1156417_491981824170869_1810068023_nGeorge Harrison also sporting a fetching number… And the modern equivalents..alice_olivia_007_1366.450x675Alice and Olive floral skirt. Style.com


Oswald Helgason A/W 2013 Collection..seriously worth checking out.314992_502618853107166_1707013513_n169017_181333038569084_8101372_nCrossing the centuries: Maria Sethe.

Which goes to show, when it works..it works.

Laters, Kate x


  1. rubyfoot

    Glorious prints!
    I live just a spit away from Kelmscott House and I’ve been meaning to go and have a look at their library and collection of prints for ages. Must do it .

  2. fashionassist

    What fabulous photos and wouldn’t Mr Morris be so proud…
    proud to see his iconic {textile/wallpaper} designs live on…
    proud to know that his #1 wish came true re: his work…
    that his print designs have become “art for all’~

    • MasonBentley

      How very true..his original factory was sited not far from here in Merton Abbey Mills..he will always have a special place in my heart xxx

  3. bonniemcclellan

    Love seeing both the WM patterns and what other people have made with them! The books from his Kelmscott press are also full of visual inspiration, the kind of luxury that respects fine craftsmanship rather than ‘brand’.

    • MasonBentley

      He did have an incredible eye for design, proportion and colour. And thanks for tip..I will have to discover the kelmscott press book.. Xxxx

  4. longandluxe

    These photos are absolutely fantastic! Harrison’s blazer is to die – as is that Alice and Olive floral number. Such a cool rich earthy vibe.