Liberty of London's latest Lifestyle Fabric Collection
In 1875, Arthur Liberty opened his shop Liberty of London on Regent Street, based in the West End shopping district of Central London and began selling the first of the soon to be famous Liberty silks.
By the 1890's Liberty Art Fabrics were a byword for the best of "Avant Garde" textile design.
Today Liberty of London is best known for their floral prints and their lovely, lightweight, semi-sheer 100% cotton (expensive) Tana Lawn fabric. Their classic prints never go out of style and their new prints are always fashion-forward and interesting.
The Stile Collection which has been inspired by the Art Nouveau movement and also more specifically by the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
This line of fabric is absolutely gorgeous, both in design and quality. In the photo below are all the fabrics after washing and drying - we can't get over our beautiful they look and feel after laundering.
At Picking Daisies, we are excited to be carrying the Stile Collection in Colorway A (seen above) --plus-- we have napkins too! See them all online here.
Photos of Liberty of London shop via the Liberty of London website.