BACKGROUND STORY – Created by then head designer, Kenneth Vivian Truman in 1959 to celebrate Sanderson’s centenary year in 1960. Chelsea has been known to occupy Sanderson’s textile print machines for six months at a time, such is its popularity. It is the most iconic of all Sanderson florals and Truman is credited for creating ‘the Sanderson look’. Chelsea is the foundation on which all classic, Sanderson floral patterns are built.
New Colourway – ‘Inspired by Parisian vintage pieces – velvety scarlet tones combined with golden rose accents on a bed of teal botanical leaves,’ says April Sharman, designer, The Archive Collection.
FORMULATION: Key Natural Extracts unique to Chelsea 1960: Find these extracts in each formula below. Moringa – moisturising and rich in vitamin C. Chamomile – soothing, anti-inflammatory, moisturising and softening.