We’ve partnered with this historic English fabric house to make some pieces we think are an incredibly cool combination of yesteryear and the prettiest of today.
A HISTORY OF ARTISTRY
In 1875, the adventurous Arthur Liberty fulfilled his dreams of creating a London emporium laden with luxuries and fabrics from distant lands. Almost 150 years later, the building on Regent Street in London still produces this classic English fabric.
“There's a special place in my heart for Liberty® prints. My grandmother taught me to sew when I was little, we would sew little doll clothes and matching dresses for myself starting when I was maybe 6 or 7. My mom talks about my grandmother making her dresses out of Liberty® Lawn prints when she was younger and how special they were. I love the scale of their happy little prints though, and love picking up pieces for both myself and my daughter Sutton.”
-Amy Berry, Interior Designer & Entrepreneur
Made with scraps of fabric from our collection, these sweet masks do good, just as they look good. For every mask purchased, we donate one to visitors in a children’s hospital, hoping to brighten up the hallways.