To celebrate Jamie xx's upcoming album, Tekla has dropped a groovy homeware collab

By Linnéa Pesonen

Photo: Laura Jane Coulson

The beloved Danish homeware brand has joined forces with the British musician and DJ for a line-up of pieces sure to spice up your bathroom

Considering Copenhagen-based homeware brand Tekla’s knack for conceiving vibrant and playful pieces, it’s no wonder it found its perfect collaborator in British musician and DJ Jamie xx, whose tracks always uplift the mood and invigorate energy. To celebrate Jamie xx’s upcoming album, In Waves, set to drop this September, the duo is launching a collection boasting eye-catching hooded bathrobes and beach towels.


The artist has already released some songs from In Waves, which draws from his personal experiences over the past few years, encapsulating the highs and lows of an unforgettable night out. Jamie xx has also unveiled the album cover, which serves as the inspiration for the Tekla collaboration. Adorned with a bold, wavy monochrome graphic artwork in black and white, along with an embroidered Jamie xx logo, the pieces are poised to make a statement both at home and at the beach.

Photo: Laura Jane Coulson

Photo: Laura Jane Coulson

Photo: Laura Jane Coulson

“Jamie xx has been a part of Tekla’s community since the beginning. We are thrilled to celebrate this moment with him by bringing our worlds of music and design together,” says Charlie Hedin, the founder and creative director of Tekla.

Crafted with the label’s unwavering commitment to quality in mind, the bathrobes are made from premium organic cotton at 385 GSM, achieving a perfect blend of softness and absorbency. For that cosy post-bath feeling, the pieces feature an oversized fit. Meanwhile, the towels, with their heavy weave and extra-combed fabric – that's gentle on the skin and offers durability and effortless drying – will undoubtedly elevate your next beach day.

There's some months ahead in waiting for In Waves to drop, but you can shop the Tekla collaboration right now via the Tekla website.