Prints are important this spring and Liberty’s prints never seem to go out of fashion. I recently spotted their bicycle and I can just imagine myself cycling all over London with ones of these bikes – naturally I’d add a basket and a bell! The bicycles are part of The Liberty of London for TargetContinue reading

Fred Perry have collaborated on their "Blank Canvas” range with the iconic Liberty. The range includes four classic Fred Perry pieces using two of Liberty’s timeless prints; “Mark” (paisley) and “Edenham” (floral). For the more subtle look you can see glimpses of the Liberty’s print stylishly hidden inside collars and plackets. Love the “Edenham” poloContinue reading

Celebrate the versatility of the Liberty print – this is the department store’s brick façade that faces Carnaby Street painted with the classic Betsy floral print! Arthur Liberty first began printing fabrics in 1875. The exhibition has a series of one-off pieces that have been specially commissioned giving a whole new meaning to textile design!Continue reading

Liberty’s is one of my favourite shops. It feels like a living museum and I could spend hours there. There is something very magical about the store and I can’t help but love all their winter wonderland creatures! There are some times when you just need to escape and dream.

I feel quite flattered that I’ve been tagged by one of my favourite bloggers LibertyLondonGirl! The Rules of Tag: 1) you link back to the person who tagged you. 2) post these rules on your blog. 3) share six unimportant things about yourself. 4) tag six random people at the end of your entry. 5)Continue reading

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Liberty of London: Designs of Our Times Anna Buruma is the archivist at Liberty of London and she spoke at the V&A’s Friday evening talk. (You can see her in the 3rd image, she’s wearing a black dress with a red necklace). I wanted to go to this lecture because Liberty has been such anContinue reading