Hall 4, Stand C61 & C60/D61
Having enjoyed previous product collaborations with names including Pottery Barn Kids & Teen, Erin Condren and Anthropologie, Enesco has announced a new collaboration with EttaVee.
This is a lifestyle brand that expresses optimism and joy through the use of colour. Created by American artist, designer and social media influencer Jessi Raulet, the hand-painted, and bold designs have featured on home décor, stationery, tech accessories, textiles and apparel.
Now, Jessi’s ability to craft vibrant colour palettes packed with good vibes has been applied to homeware, décor, and ladies’ accessories. Items in the EttaVee collection include acrylic storage trays, stainless steel water bottles, mugs, cooling wine bags, wall art, multifunctional trays, phone stands, aprons, square and curved pouches, keyrings, umbrellas, scarves, and compact mirrors.
Two different designs are applied across all of the items, including In The Groove and Jessi’s Garden. Both feature bright and cheerful colour palettes: In The Groove features a psychedelic wave pattern, while Jessie’s Garden includes a big abstract floral print.
Peter Rabbit egg cups
Enesco has added new egg cups to its popular Beatrix Potter collection. Rather than a standard egg cup structure for boiled eggs and dippy bread, the new Beatrix Potter Egg Cups feature a figurine of one of four different characters from The World of Peter Rabbit, peering into a basket next to them, which acts as the cup structure to hold the egg. Each egg cup is crafted from ceramic and measures 9.5cm tall.
Characters included in the collection are Jemima Puddle-Duck, Benjamin Bunny, Flopsy and, of course, everyone’s favourite bob-tailed bunny Peter Rabbit. Each is depicted using the original artwork from Beatrix Potter’s tales, so fans of the children’s books will recognise Peter Rabbit wearing his blue jacket, Flopsy with her red cape, Jemima Puddle-Duck with her bonnet, and Benjamin Bunny with his green Tam-o-Shanter.
Presented in a branded gift box, not only do the new Beatrix Potter Egg Cups make a lovely gift, but they’re set to be sought-after collectors’ items too.
Special edition plush
Finally, Enesco has unveiled new special edition Peter Rabbit plush in collaboration with Penguin Ventures on behalf of Frederick Warne & Co. (owner of THE WORLD OF PETER RABBIT brand and part of Penguin Random House) to raise funds for GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity).
As part of the new reimagined Beatrix Potter Soft Toy Collection, featuring brand-new patterns and fabrics as well as high-quality super soft stuffings, the Peter Rabbit GOSH plush is wonderful to touch and oh-so-cuddly, while calling on the classic designs, character illustrations, and original artwork from Beatrix Potter’s best-loved tales.
Of course, Peter Rabbit is presented in his blue jacket with little brass buttons, but what makes this soft toy different is the lining of his fluffy ears, which features a floral print in shades of yellow with touches of blue – in the same tone as the uniforms worn by the nurses at Great Ormond Street Hospital during the 20th Century. The GOSH logo is also embroidered in a pale blue thread into the bottom of Peter Rabbit’s paw.
Peter Rabbit GOSH is available in two sizes – large (30cm tall) and small (16cm tall) – with a SRP of £25 and £16.50, respectively. Both the large and small Peter Rabbit GOSH are presented with a co-branded ear tag featuring the logos of Peter Rabbit and GOSH. With each sale, £1 + VAT of the small plushes and £1.66 + VAT of the large plushes will be donated to GOSH by Enesco and Penguin Random House.