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Clarissa Hulse Releases New Range of Botanical Phone Cases
We’re almost allowed out again soon, but it’s not just our faces that need protecting; our phones will also need to be braced for the elements. British textile designer Clarissa Hulse has unveiled her new line of botanical phone cases, available in a wide range of colours, designs and patterns.
Clarissa’s distinctive style, drawing on intricate designs and beautiful colour schemes, can be seen clearly in these phone cases. Along with their striking matt look, these stylish phone cases are dual layered to provide anti-shock protection, with a scratch resistant matte coating for a vibrant finish.
Available in sizes for most iPhone and Samsung models for £30 with free UK delivery.
The Tania’s Garden design is inspired by one of Clarissa’s frequent haunts – a magical garden belonging to her friend and top UK designer Tania Compton. With every path you’re transported to a beautiful meadow, a Mediterranean walled garden or a ring of fire red willow trees. Her flower beds are an abundant tangle of cardoons, teazils, dill seed heads and verbena. The Tania’s Garden range also includes designs in fuchsia pink, blush grey, peacock and sapphire blue, as well as berry, and ivy green.
Cloud Forest is inspired by Clarissa’s trip to the Costa Rican jungle. This tropical phone case design featuring rare and delicate ferns, ornate leaves and stunning silhouettes. It’s an ethereal blend of pink hues that combine to create a graceful and elegant pattern. Designs in fuchsia pink, blush grey, peacock and sapphire blue are available.
Dandelion comes in flamingo, zest yellow, kingfisher and sapphire blue. As the Dandelion heads turn to seed, they blow away delicately in the wind. It’s a beautiful image synonymous with the English countryside, a place that gives so much inspiration to Clarissa’s designs.
Kismet, available in blush pink and teal, is a serendipitous multicoloured phone case design inspired by the patterns that emerge organically on the backing cloth of Clarissa’s printing table. Hour upon hour of hand printing creates a kaleidoscope of overlapping leaves, vines, and stems, developing into a unique composition featuring pink, purple and grey.
Palms, like the Cloud Forest design, was inspired by Clarissa’s trip to the Costa Rican jungle. Palm Leaves is a tropical phone case design featuring rare and delicate ferns, ornate leaves and stunning silhouettes. It’s an ethereal blend of multiple pink, blue and red hues that combine to create a graceful and elegant pattern.
British designer Clarissa Hulse returns to her design roots with elegant silk scarf collection
British textile designer Clarissa Hulse has designed a beautiful collection of silk scarves, coming in a striking range of patterns. The perfect Mothers’ Day gift, they are available to order now from her website.
Each scarf is made in the UK on a delicate, hand-rolled silk crepe de chine fabric. The botanical patterns are digitally printed in an array of vibrant colours and sizes.
Clarissa launched her business 25 years ago with a hand-printed scarf collection, which is her first love in textiles. Their popularity on both sides of the Atlantic became her springboard for branching into homewares.
The collection comprises 14 different scarves in a selection of versatile sizes.
Cloud Forest is a tropical design that takes its inspiration from Clarissa’s trip to Costa Rica. It comes as a 90cm square and is available in peacock, fuchsia pink, sapphire blue and a blue/grey, retailing at £145.
Kismet is inspired by the serendipitous patterns that appear spontaneously on Clarissa’s backing cloth during her working process. The 67cm square scarf makes for an ideal neckerchief and retails at £110, while the generous 200cm oblong scarf can be worn in any number of styles and is available at £195.
September Meadow is an ombre design influenced by a late summer trip to Cranborne Chase in Wiltshire. There, Clarissa spent time in a beautiful meadow, where she lost herself photographing seed heads swaying in the sunset. The four colour ways come in the 200cm oblong style at £195.
There is also a jewel-toned botanical take on the classic Mandala, which shows a delicate flower surrounded by a stunning array of colourful leaves, radiating outwards to form overlapping circles, available as a 90cm square for £145.
The Palm Leaves design, with vibrant ferns is a gorgeous, multicoloured silk scarf. Taking inspiration from Clarissa’s memorable trip to the Costa Rican jungle, this pattern features a canopy of overlapping ombre palm leaves in iridescent colours from blush pink to amethyst, turquoise to turmeric. The Palm design is available for £110 as a 67cm square and 200cm oblong.
All scarves are carefully wrapped in gold printed tissue and packed in an elegant grey gift box.