Renowned for its beautifully designed and screen-printed scarves, kimonos, kurtas, pants and gowns, One Hundred Stars is delighted to announce a collaboration with Royal Botanical Gardens Kew and is launching the new collection at Top Drawer this week.
Created by sisters Heather and Rona Stevenson and inspired by their travels around the world, One Hundred Stars has established a loyal following of customers, celebrities and influencers who adore the unique and eclectic designs featuring striking botanical and quirky vintage map prints, each screen-printed onto sumptuous soft natural fabrics.
Kew is London’s largest UNESCO World Heritage site featuring some of the most unique landscapes, flora and fauna in the world. Home to internationally renowned collections of temperate and tropical plants including some of the rarest and most threatened.
With access to the incredible archive of drawings at Kew and taking inspiration from its rich heritage and the awe-inspiring botanicals, One Hundred Stars have designed a collection of ornately decorated scarves, kimonos, gowns and pyjamas, gloriously printed with Passion Flowers, Apples and Pears and Magnolia.
The full collection will available to view at Top Drawer this weekend with garments ready for in-store delivery by the end of the year. Visit www.onehundredstars.co.uk