Matilda Goad’s Eclectic Collaboration With Anthropologie
British designer Matilda Goad has collaborated with Anthropologie on a collection of eclectic homewares which marry personality with purpose, to joyfully elevate the everyday. The idiosyncratic range spans barware, lighting, soft furnishings, and occasional furniture – a first for the designer. Goad’s taste is highly influenced by a bucolic childhood spent in West Sussex, in an 18th-century cottage decorated in a gently eccentric fashion by her mother. Her idiosyncratic style evolved when she moved to London at 18 to study art at Camberwell College of Arts, then went into fashion, completing stints as a stylist at Russian Vogue and Wonderland magazines.
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