Swedish high-street brand H&M has become famous for its covetable collections, collaborating with premium design houses and unique, smaller designers. This month, H&M has joined forces with British wallpaper and textile house GP & J Baker. Founded over 100 years ago in 1884, GP & J Baker has an extensive collection of archival prints, with some of the best-loved from the house being translated across the new H&M fashion line. The new womenswear collection focuses on feminine, romantic pieces with a print-heavy focus, including Magnolia, which William Turner painted for GP & J Baker in 1913. With lightweight dresses, patterned shirts and cool statement trousers, this range of relaxed pieces is perfect for the warm summer months and is available from 2 August. Discover the top 10 items we want from the new H&M x GP & J Baker collection here.