Jackson and Levine x Habitat
Last week I got invited along to the launch party for Jackson and Levine's new ceramic collection with Habitat. The launch took place at rustic Italian restaurant Campania and Jones, which is tucked away in the cobbled back streets of Columbia Road. The event had a street party theme and featured many an Aperol Spritz, a delicious buffet of Italian food and we were serenaded from the rooftops by two lovely opera singers. It was also a lovely opportunity to catch up with blogging pals Nancy, Kristabel and Ghenet.
The duo famous for their supper clubs and recipe book had previously collaborated with Habitat on a range of linen and this time they are back with a covetable range of handmade ceramics. This gorgeous collection of bold pieces, which features colour blocking, splatter patterns and figurative designs, sold out just three hours after launching on the site. To be honest I’m not surprised; this collection combines incredible quality at an affordable price with some truly gorgeous designs. Every piece is hand made in Italy and therefore each one is unique. Personally I love pairing red and pink together so the Gia jug appeals to me. I also love pairing complimentary colours, so I enjoyed the green and pink utensil pot, and the purple and yellow splatter dishes. I'm currently a bit obsessed with how principles of colour theory should guide us on what we wear and what items we bring into our homes, so this collection is right up my street. Habitat have promised they will be restocking some items, so keep an eye on the website or email them to register interest in specific items.