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Natural History Museum, Finisterre Launch Second Sustainable Collection

The second collaboration is built with sustainable materials throughout.

License Global

March 22, 2021

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The Natural History Museum and Finisterre have delivered another limited-edition range of apparel and accessories. Inspired by illustrations held within the Museum's Library and Archives, the collection features works from naturalists, including Anna Atkins and Maria Sibylla Merian.

"The inspiration for Finisterre's second collaboration with the Natural History Museum is drawn from the extended situation in which we have found ourselves during the COVID-19 pandemic," says Laura Akins, lead womenswear designer, Finisterre. "Focusing on the positives, the collection embodies the resilience of nature and its power to repair and flourish given the opportunity quickly."

The collection is built with sustainable materials throughout.

"After the success of our 2020 collaboration, we are thrilled to have developed a second collection with the team at Finisterre, who have once again conveyed the wonders of the natural world through beautifully designed graphics inspired by the Museum's collections," says Max Lister, head, licensing, Natural History Museum,

The collection is available to view and purchase online now at www.Finisterre.com.

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