See our current prints in all their glorious detail!
Elderberry print is an intricate symphony of tiny wildflowers, reflecting the complex microcosm of a summer’s meadow.
The ornamental character of this botanical paisley is reminiscent of mosaics and the typical Venetian glasswork technique of Millefiori. Named after Arthur Liberty’s country estate.
Chester Row print is inspired by the intricate metal work found on an archival 1930s Art Deco ceramic piece. Its traditional repeat is brimming with depth and movement, with pale blooms set against a vivid background.
Adeladja features a galaxy of swirling stars in a whirl of vivid shades.
Based on a 70s scarf from the Liberty Archive, the success of this design has seen it reproduced in several versions including as a furnishing fabric. Here it is in small scale and beautiful fashion colours.
n this lively conversational print we see the bustle of classic cars. The regimented layout creates an intensity of vibrant colour. Spot the passengers!
Taken from a 1930s Liberty London cotton pattern, the Capel fabric design joined the Classic Tana Lawn collection in 1979.
Betsy is made of up tightly-knitted florals, and was created for Liberty London Fabrics in 1933. Betsy has been on Classic Tana since 1982.
This was drawn up by the Hayward studio in 1968. The dense small floral design is reminiscent of Liberty London's 1930s floral prints and a mixture of these will have provided the inspiration for Thorpe. Thorpe has been on classic tana since 1979.
Queue for the Zoo
Children’s author and illustrator, OK David, collaborated with the Liberty London Design Team to create the Queue For The Zoo fabric design. Hand-drawn and painted exclusively for Liberty London, OK David’s animal print represents the Third Floor’s Childrenswear Department.
Liberty London Fabrics’ King print shows the regal lion in all his finery. Rich shades reflect his majestic comportment, while the hint of a soft smile plays on his mane-fringed face.
Fluttering features hundreds of tiny bows jostling and dancing across the fabric. From the range of 16 prints inspired by the beloved poems of Robert Louis Stevenson, ‘A Child’s Garden of Verses’. ‘twisting and turning above the trees’
Scotty’s Tiger Liberty London Fabrics was an original Liberty London Tiger Lily. This design was created by one of the in house design teams for the 2010 fashion collection. The collection was inspired by historical documentation of the world - Nature, Cartography, Astronomy, Art and Design and its influence on our life today.
Inspired by a zooming trip to the cultural haven of the Science Museum with its’ weird and wonderful exhibits. Look through the telescope at the soaring rockets through peppered clouds and clashing lightning bolts in ROCKET DANCE.