Hobbs Collection No. 6 | Hobbs Fashion | Hobbs


Inspired by the magnificent gardens of Hampton Court Palace, the sixth collaboration in our award winning series with Historic Royal Palaces blends unique fabrics, stunning florals and contemporary silhouettes. This collection of limited edition pieces is made exclusively for you.


Collection No.6 is a feast of lavish textures in the form of exquisite jacquards, luxurious guipure lace and feather light silks. Meanwhile, distinguished details are revealed in the form of printed linings, sculptural necklaces and Louis heels – the latter inspired by the 18th century French court.


This year celebrates 300 years of gardening at Hampton Court Palace, with Collection No.6 paying homage to this milestone by channelling the beauty of the garden through four key themes...

Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown
This striking print, inspired by the Hampton Court Palace gardens, is named after former Chief Gardener, Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. An iconic figure within garden design, Brown maintained the formal Baroque style of the gardens, circa 1764, while at the same time creating a landscape of which he was extremely proud.

The Tulip Print
Introduced to the gardens by King William III and Queen Mary II, both keen collectors of exotic plants, the tulip is brought to life through exquisite jacquard fabric.

Botanical Inspiration
This botanical print details the stunning paintings of The Hampton Court Palace Florilegium Society, members of whom meet once a month to explore the gardens, and whose paintings are on display at the Palace today.

The Great Vine
Over 240 years old and considered the largest in the world, intricate designs in the finest guipure lace bring the leaves and grapes of the Great Vine firmly into the 21st century.