• Archivists Edit

    Archivists Edit

    The Archivist’s Edit is curated by legendary archivist Anna Buruma, the protector and custodian of Liberty’s design history for over 20 years. Encompassing 20 beautiful prints, the collection shines a light into the more unusual and lesser-known corners of Liberty’s archive. Fragile fragments and half-forgotten artworks are regenerated into new designs by the in-house artists, drawing inspiration from Buruma’s favourite…
  • Liberty Travels

    Liberty Travels

    Liberty Travels is a capsule collection of print postcards – inspired by different locations around the world, each translated through a quintessentially Liberty lens. From Paris to Manhattan, Berlin to Marrakesh – this quirky collection of colourful designs will satiate your wanderlust!
  • Liberty Champions

    Liberty Champions

    The Liberty Champions Collection celebrates the thrills, spills and epic highs of competitive sports – with artworks inspired by the archive, alongside brand new prints drawn and painted in the Liberty Fabrics design studio. The collection pays homage to the Sports Day events that were once held for the Liberty community by our founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty on the grounds…
  • CC18 - A Pocket Full of Memories

    CC18 - A Pocket Full of Memories

    One fine summer's day… A child starts out on a journey of exploration through a bustling city. From glorious gardens to magnificent museums, inspiring archives and splendid art galleries, the day is an action packed adventure of stunning sights, sensational sounds and dazzling discoveries. A Pocket Full of Memories is a joyful collection of 16 original Liberty designs inspired by…
  • CC17 - The Little Land of Rhyme

    CC17 - The Little Land of Rhyme

    In the Little Land of Rhyme there was a House That Jack Built with brightly coloured flowered fields to explore and friendly farmyard animals to play with. Along the lane lived Mary Mary Quite Contrary whose garden was filled with silver bells and bright cockelshells. Past the hedgerows Mother Goose would waddle in all her finery to see The Lion…