Fearne Cotton unveiled her new homewares collection for Very.co.uk outside Home House – wearing a pair of super-chic dunagrees
Fearne Cotton has unveiled her first ever homeware collection for Very.co.uk, in a super-cool photoshoot outside Home House.
The new mum – who gave birth to son Rex Rayne Wood back in February – has been lying low of late, but returned to work this afternoon to promote her fabulous new interiors collection.
The radio presenter already has a successful fashion range for the retail site, for which she proudly shows off the designs, sketches and swatches on her personal Twitter feed.
Dressed in a fitted black cotton jumpsuit and a black and white tee with fuchsia pink shoes (available for £45 from Very, of course) and matching lipstick, Fearne launched the range with a stunning grey and pink embroidered armchair, giving us a sneak peek of the debut collection before it goes on sale tomorrow.
The star took to her Twitter page to reveal that baby Rex had kept her up during the night, saying: 'Got the big launch of my HOME line for @verynetwork today. Rex was up a lot last night so need to cover the eye bags and neck a coffee.'
She later added: 'On my way to my furniture @verynetwork launch #nervous #excited #waaaaa #needundereyemakeup .'
Many of the gorgeous creations in the collection feature cat lover Fearne's famous moggy, Rudi. She revealed: 'The lamp and cushion both based on our very old gorgeous scraggly cat Rudi #18andstillgoingstrong .'
Time for a home makeover we think…
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