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Made With Liberty Fabrics

Made With Liberty Fabrics

Introducing our stunning new collection, made with Liberty Fabric.

A rich history spanning over 127 years, Liberty London opened its store in 1875 on the famous Oxford Street in London and has been leading the way in beautiful prints and fabrics ever since. By the 1890s Liberty Fabrics was a by-word for the very avant-guard textile design. Today every bold of Liberty fabric is the product of a bespoke production process; hand drawn or painted by the in-house design team in London, Soho. Transformed onto fabric at Liberty’s own Italian printing mill, near Lake Como. Liberty Fabrics are created by skilled technicians who oversee the production for over 300 different designs every year.

We’re so honoured to be using their beautiful prints for our latest collection. We hope you love them as much as we do!


Rainbow Garden

To celebrate the seven colours of the rainbows spectrum, this design places us within a medley of vibrantly-hued florals. This garden of colourful blooms has tiny rainbows hidden amid the petals. 

Love Links

Inspired by the charming symbolism and sentimentally of interwoven ‘love knot’ tokens in the Victorian era, this small-scale geometric is formed from interlocking heart modifs. 

Matilda Bloom

Matilda Bloom is a glorious print of roses and daisies, based on a hand-printed artwork unearthed within the Liberty archive. An ancient symbol of love and devotion, roses hold an enduring beauty and appeal.