Last year saw the launch of our dream-come-true concession in London’s most iconic department store, Liberty. Known around the world for it’s one of a kind, heritage shopping experience, directional design and inspiring curation, Liberty houses beautiful wares from the world's greatest craftspeople. To be a part of that is still a pinch me moment for our founder, Amy and the entire team here at Coco & Wolf.
Liberty’s founder, Arthur Lasenby Liberty, had a dream to create an emporium laden with luxuries and fabrics from distant lands and it is our privilege to keep that dream alive. Using the very fabrics which adorn the shelves of the famous Haberdashery department, we create luxuries which Arthur himself could have only imagined. With the doors to the store now open once again, we are thrilled to introduce you to the exquisite prints which make up this season’s Liberty exclusive edit. These fabrics across our much-loved bedding and homewares are only available instore and online at Liberty.com.
LIBERTY EXCLUSIVES | MEET THE PRINTS
A closer look at Amelie Blue
A classic Liberty floral dating from the 1930s, Amelie was originally printed at Liberty’s own Merton print works. It features a fresh layout of roses, carnations and daisies.
A closer look at Betsy Coral
Betsy is a small stylised floral design, created in 1933 – it was designed by the mysterious ‘DS’, who also created many of Liberty’s Tana prints. Betsy has been part of the classic Tana collection since 1982.
A closer look at Edie
Redrawn from a 1910s Liberty print impression, Edie is a graphic representation of a spring field of scattered bell flowers and busy lizzies. The design is block coloured with geometric leaves to create an organic stencil effect.
A closer look at Felda
Felda features an array of meadow flowers including irises, poppies and daisies – painted in delicate watercolours, it has a soft and dreamy feel.
A closer look at Felicite
This rose trail pattern was designed for Liberty Fabrics in 1933 - like the Betsy and Wiltshire prints, Felicite was created by a designer with the initials D.S. It joined Liberty’s Classics collection in 2001.
"Using the very fabrics which adorn the shelves of the famous Haberdashery department, Coco & Wolf create luxuries which Liberty's founder, Arthur Lasenby Liberty, could have only imagined."
A closer look at Joanna Louise
Joanna Louise is a quintessential Liberty botanical, based on an archive impression sheet from the 1940s. Loosely outlined thistle, pinks, roses and busy lizzies come together in a dense and charming meadow effect.
A closer look at Mitsi Blue
Mitsi was designed by Gillian Farr, a member of the Liberty Fabrics studio in the 1950s. It pays homage to Liberty’s historical love for Japanese design motifs, featuring delicate cherry blossom.
Mitsi Valeria Pink
A closer look at Mitsi Valeria Pink
Mitsi Valeria is a small version of the Liberty Fabrics design Mitsi.
A closer look at Phoebe
Phoebe was inspired by an impression sheet found in Liberty’s Merton Abbey print works. This tiny ditsy fabric was first printed as a scarf design in 1966.
Poppy & Daisy Coral
A closer look at Poppy & Daisy Coral
Poppy and Daisy is a fine-lined and meadowy layout, which has been part of the Liberty archive since the 1910s. An archetypal Liberty floral, it would have originally been a wood block print.
Tell us, which Liberty exclusive print makes your heart sing? All of them? Us too. Our concession has all the products you know and love, from frill edge cushions and fabulous table linen to beautiful bedding and heirloom quilts. Header over to Liberty.com now to browse the collection in full.