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Shortly after opening on Regent Street London in 1875, Arthur Liberty became renowned for his silks. By the 1890s Liberty Fabrics was a byword for the very best of avant-garde textile design. Today, every bolt 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 of over 300 different designs every year.
A rich history spanning over 127 years, Liberty London opened it's 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-garde textile design.
Today every bolt 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.
The Review design team were like kids in a candy shop as they admired the beautiful prints, a dream to have the opportunity to look through and select their favourites. After much discussion and consideration, the final choices are just beautiful and we hope you love them as much as we do.
Inspired by Liberty's large collection of Victorian pattern books, Emma Georgina is based on two tiny, dense floral prints. Emma was first produced on Tana Lawn in the 1970s while Georgina was launched in 2000. It's densely covered layout can also appear as a speckled, textural design from a distance.
Mortimer was adapted from the William Morris Sunflower wallpaper, originally created and block printed in 1879. This symmetrical pattern is typical of the Arts & Crafts period, featuring monochrome sunflowers and grape vines arranged in a stylized, mirrored repeat.
Liberty Fabric's Poet's Meadow design evokes the traditional English flora celebrated within the work of the Romantic poets - painted in watercolor in the studio, it features a wild meadow of musk roses, violets and eglantine.
Stately Bouquet is inspired by photorealistic Dutch paintings of extravagant blooms in ornate vases, featuring flowers including striped tulips, lilies and dahlias. Painted in watercolour paints and pencils in the Liberty studio, the design is reminiscent of floral deploys found in grand Estate Houses.
A floral in the famous Liberty Style, ordinally created in the 1930s, Honeydew included a variety of flowers including dahlias, poppies, anemones, daises and bell flowers, it is recoloured in a soft feminine palette. Screen print with 8 screens.
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