If watching Bridgerton inspired you to order a bevy of empire-waist dresses and pearl-adorned accessories, well, let’s just say you weren’t the only one. Now, thanks to a very special collaboration between famed "nap dress" brand Hill House Home and Phenomenal, Netflix, and Shondaland, you can further live out your Regencycore dreams whilst you await the much-anticipated second season of the Emmy-nominated show.
The limited-edition drop is available in three Hill House Home nap dress styles. Each showcases custom prints by London-based artist Diane Hill, whose work is inspired by the art of 18th century Chinoiserie. Even your hair can receive the Bridgerton treatment via feminine pink and blue hairpin accessories, hand-crafted in Italy.
The bespoke partnership doesn’t just nail the Bridgerton aesthetic. Its mission is to celebrate strong and dynamic female leads—giving a voice to women and women of color throughout the creative process. "Hill House Home is thrilled to be partnering with Phenomenal and Netflix. We are huge fans of Bridgerton, Meena [Harris], and the amazing business she has built with Phenomenal, so this is our dream collaboration. Through this partnership, we’re excited to bring visibility to our shared mission of highlighting phenomenal women,” says Nell Diamond, Founder and CEO of Hill House Home.
While Google searches for corsets have significantly spiked since the show first aired, we think you'll agree that this collaboration is the comfier—and much cuter—alternative to looking like your favorite member of the Ton.
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