Fashion Mommy loves…Barbara Hulanicki for George

March 19th, 2012

One of the best High Street collaborations of recent times has been that between the legendary Biba founder Barbara Hulanicki and George at Asda. The collections have used elements of famous Biba  prints and styles to create wonderfully modern and up-to-date pieces. And,of course, being from Asda, the price points are totally affordable. These are pieces that can add lustre to your wardrobe without breaking the bank.

The new collection is another winner. Full of pretty prints like butterflies and bubbles, along with the trademark tribal designs, this is recognisably Hulanicki. One major plus point of this collection are the adorable skull printed wellies. These are just perfect for festival season and so affordable at just £14. With skull prints still a huge story that have no signs of going away,I think these will be very popular this season.

With the whole collection priced at less than £20, there is no reason why you can’t add a couple of pieces to your Spring wardrobe. To view the whole collection, click here, or enjoy my selected highlights below.

£11.00 Barbara Hulanicki - Butterfly Print Top click to visit George

£16.00 Barbara Hulanicki - Butterfly Print Shirt Dress click to visit George

£11.00 Barbara Hulanicki - Bubble Print Top click to visit George

£14.00 Barbara Hulanicki - Tribal Swirl Dress click to visit George

£18.00 Barbara Hulanicki - Tribal Swirl Dress click to visit George

£14.00 Barbara Hulanicki - Skull Printed Wellington Boots click to visit George


4 Responses to “Fashion Mommy loves…Barbara Hulanicki for George”

  1. rachel says:

    She’s a legend and her designs are still fabulous. Loving everyone one of your picks, hoping at least one make it in to ny wardrobe! Especially love the first tribal dress and the first pretty pink top. Sooo good!

  2. fashion-mommy says:

    I’m with you Rachel, I definitely want a top with a Peter Pan collar. Stretchy material too! That’s always a bonus. Let me know id you get anything.x

  3. I know Biba has kind of bein reinvented, but its not the same without Barbara! I adored Biba as it used to be. I have had a couple of things I wore to work from George in the past. Am sure her designs will fly off the shelves!

  4. fashion-mommy says:

    I agree Geraldine. Barbara was Biba, and Biba was affordable. That’s why I think this collection with Asda George is successful, the affordable price point and the iconic name. A winning combination.

RSS feed for comments on this post.