We here at House of Fraser get very excited about new brands we stock, even more so when they are extra feminine and ultra experimental – say hello to Her Curious Nature.

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Originating from the famous bustling Portobello Market, Her Curious Nature is the brainchild of London based designer, Sabrina. Having had no formal training, Sabrina was never one to adopt a convential stance – something that shines through in her designs. An eclectic fusion of vintage and contemporary, Her Curious Nature sees urban and earthy roots collide with a psychedelic palette to create stunning bespoke hair accessories. The brand has managed to bridge the gap between traditional old school millinery and current fashion trends.

From floral crowns doused in pearls to hair combs draped in diamonds, gorgeous velvety turbans to feather laced Alice bands – each hand-crafted piece in the collection is created with a type of imagination that knows no bounds. A piece of Her Curious Nature means you can play dress up, everyday.

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The UK market that is now interested in Her Curious Nature couldn’t be further from Portobello – it’s the UK magazine market. Having already featured in Vogue, Look and Tatler, Her Curious Nature has also been featured on ITV…and will now be featured on House of Fraser online and in store! Her Curious Nature creator Sabrina is constantly striving to develop and add to a currently under represented aspect of the fashion industry – so you can expect to see plenty more from Her Curious Nature in the near future…

So whether you’re going to Glastonbury, a wedding or to the races, make a statement with a Her Curious Nature headpiece – we guarentee everyone will be asking you where you got it from!

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What is your favourite piece? What event will you be wearing you’re Her Curious Nature hair accessory to?

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