Its signature ditsy florals, puff sleeves and delicate broderie details are ideal for looking bright and bold during the spring and summer seasons. We’re delighted to see that Nobody’s Child has released its first ever brand partnership with Fearne Cotton, to create collection that showcases the brand’s super wearable aesthetic.
Since Fearne has taken the podcast world by storm with her wellbeing podcast Happy Place, Nobody’s Child wanted to collaborate with her to show how our clothes can often be a reflection of our mood. Fearne’s brand Happy Place (which also has its own festival) aims to inspire joy and promote self-empowerment.
‘For me, fashion is as much about clothes that make you feel good as ones that make you look good,’ says Fearne. ‘That’s why I’m proud to have partnered with Nobody’s Child – a brand that shares my views on responsible fashion. Together, we’ve created a collection that is all about having fun with your clothes and dressing in a way that makes you feel empowered.’
The 19-piece collection is inspired by the desire for wanderlust and escapism, and is bursting with colour and print to play to summer’s dopamine dressing trend. Plus, it perfectly captures Fearne’s own retro-meets-rockstar style.
Featuring Nobody Child’s much-loved floral and fruity prints, the pieces will look glorious for outdoor soirees this season. But there are even options that could work as occasionwear, dressed up with jewellery and heels.
Ever committed to sustainable practices, the Fearne Cotton x Nobody’s Child collection has been crafted using eco-friendly fabrics, notably organic or transitional cotton and Lenzing Ecovero Viscose.
Prices start from £35, so you can treat yourself to something new without breaking the bank. Here are some more of our favourite picks from the collection…
Our favourites from the Fearne Cotton x Nobody’s Child collection
The collection is available to shop online, at the Nobody’s Child Carnaby Street pop up store, and in M&S stores now. See the full range here.