Henry Holland featured budgies on his clothes after becoming obsessed with the birds as a youngster.Henry Holland had a "eureka moment" when he thought of creating a budgie print.The British designer enjoys coming up with patterns and is known for using colour in his lines. He only showed his first black dress during the recent Spring/Summer 13 London catwalks.Henry's Fall/Winter 11 line was inspired by budgies, with dresses and sweatshirts emblazoned with the miniscule birds."We were looking at old school British pastimes - all the things your grandmother would do. We'd already had the idea for a bingo-inspired print and created lots of crochet, but then I happened to see a bird illustration," he explained to Vogue.co.uk. "It was a real eureka moment - and the budgie print was born. We made budgie-printed silks, and budgie print T-shirts."Henry had one of the colourful birds as a pet when he was little. He was called Baz and had a special affinity for the designer's grandmother's friend Hilda."[My grandmother] Annice would let Baz out of his cage to fly around the flat and whenever her neighbour, Hilda, who wore enormous earrings, came for tea, Baz would fly over and perch on her hoops. No matter how hard my grandmother tried to train him he'd only ever fly to Hilda," Henry laughed.