Barbara Hulanicki started her career as a fashion illustrator. She covered all of the important fashion collections of the day in Europe, including Women's Wear Daily, British Vogue, the Times, the Observer and the Sunday Times.
Exasperated by the disastrous high street fashion in England, her husband Fitz encouraged her to design her own clothing. Biba was born and instantly became popular with the rock stars and celebrities of the day. In the 90s, Barbara was credited with the resurrection of Miami Beach's crumbling Art Deco district.
Barbara Hulanicki's collection of wallpapers was born out of a collaboration with Graham & Brown, and features striking designs with Art Deco and Art Nouveau inspired themes.