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Karl Lagerfeld unveils new luxury homeware collection from just £28

The high fashion homeware costs between £28 and £130

by Chloe Best

If you've always wanted to own one of Karl Lagerfeld's designs but never quite had the high fashion budget, we've found just the thing. You can now add the Chanel creative director's impeccable style to your home with the release of Karl Lagerfeld's new bed linen collection, and better still, prices start at just £28.

The collection features premium duvet covers, decorative pillows and pillowcases along with cushion covers and luxurious throws that cost between £28 and £130. Designs are said to translate Karl's "iconic vision and design aesthetic" for the home, so expect chic pieces in muted tones of grey, pastel blue and creamy pink across two signature themes.

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Karl Lagerfeld's new bed linen range will be released in September

The Flourish collection features a soft pastel floral motif on a bed cover and matching cushion, which has been styled with a co-ordinating woven knit throw and quilted cushions. Meanwhile the Pixel Rose range has a digitally printed, dotted floral pattern in tonal shades of grey.

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Karl hasn't been able to resist paying homage to his beloved cat, Choupette, who has over 100,000 Instagram followers. A rectangular rhinestone-studded cushion features a playful print inspired by the famous feline, and adds a fun touch to the collection.

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The fashion designer has paid homage to his pet cat Choupette

The 83-year-old has a passion for interior design, and recently designed two signature suites as part of a recent £150million renovation at Hôtel de Crillon in Paris. Karl, who is an authority on 18th century antiques, appears to have followed a more-is-more mantra when it comes to designing the rooms, with marble bathroom suites, huge crystal chandeliers and plush velvet sofas among the standout features.

A growing number of celebrities are making a foray into homeware, including Catherine Zeta-Jones, Amanda Holden and Holly Willoughby, who has her own bedding range at Dunelm. Meanwhile high street stores such as Monsoon and Aldi have also launched their own homeware lines, which have proved a hit with shoppers.

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