Celebrating 10 years of Coco & Wolf
This autumn we are celebrating 10 wonderful years of Coco & Wolf. We can barely believe it has been a decade of creating beautiful products using Liberty’s finest fabrics - the old adage of time flying when you’re having fun really couldn’t be any more true. We didn't want to let this milestone pass without acknowledging it so we are thrilled to announce that we are celebrating our 10 year anniversary with an exclusive bedding collection.
An awful lot has happened in the last ten years. The brand was born from an enduring love of Liberty fabrics by our founder, Amy and Coco & Wolf has since evolved from a tiny collection of Tana Lawn cotton children’s clothing to a worldwide known brand with unrivalled access to the Liberty archives and the largest collection of British-made Liberty fabric homewares. The core values of the brand have remained true, with a dedication to creating luxurious homeware, lifestyle and clothing pieces in Liberty’s iconic Tana Lawn cotton or its silk counterpart, with triumphant print mixing, contemporary styling and unparalleled craftsmanship.
10 Year Anniversary Collection Prints
Our anniversary bedding collection will feature three of Liberty’s most famed prints - Betsy, Lodden and Capel, with the classic Lodden in navy alongside three reimagined, exclusively for Coco & Wolf, bespoke vibrant colourways: Betsy in sage, Capel in pistachio green and Capel in fuchsia pink.
“I wanted the anniversary collection to be a celebration of the brand and its craftsmanship as well as of the beauty of our Liberty prints, so I decided to select patterns that have been key to the brand's collections throughout the years. Betsy was created in 1933 and designed by the mysterious designer with the initials ‘DS’ and is arguably the most iconic print. It is extremely versatile and has been in the Coco & Wolf collections since the very beginning. Capel was first printed in 1978, so nowhere near as old as Betsy, but was inspired by a vintage style floral dating from the 1930s and as a two-colour print it works harmoniously with a plethora of prints across scales and colours. And finally, Lodden which was originally designed by William Morris in 1884 and was a key part of the Arts & Crafts movement. It is utterly timeless, perfectly androgynous and my personal favourite print of all.” - Amy Hemmings-Batt
Our customers are united by a love of Liberty print and artisanal quality but come with many design tastes, from the most pared-back and minimal to maximalist, layering experts, and founder Amy intentionally designed the collection of bedsheets, pillowcases and duvet covers to be incredibly versatile; “you can introduce a hint of pattern to a fresh white bed with a single cushion, or layer pattern on pattern for a more immersive look.”
We cannot wait to see these pieces in your homes and a huge thank you to our incredible customers - reaching this milestone is only possible due to your love of the brand, pieces we create and prints we reimagine. Your support, as ever, is beyond appreciated.