At once offbeat and chic, buttoned-up and just a touch bonkers, House of Hackney embodies much of what we love about British style. Founded in 2010 by artist and designer Javvy M Royle and former Topshop buyer Frieda Gormley, the interiors brand achieved instant cult status for its wallpapers and fabrics—think palm fronds in inky indigos and watercolor fauna dancing over crisp stripes. While furniture, bedding, and china were natural evolutions for the ever-expanding London atelier, the fashion world has also been beating down the couple’s door. This summer, the company introduces its take on vacation-ready separates, with drapey kimonos, silk shorts, and—best of all—high-waisted bikinis, all rendered in eye-catching prints. Rounding out the collection: wood deck chairs slung with the same fabrics and finished with crochet-trimmed removable roofs.