We've already introduced you to our new collection, The Wonderland, and now it's take to take a closer look at the beautiful Liberty Fabrics which you can shop from this season. In our homes, fabrics are one of the easiest things to change each season to create entirely different looks, and whilst each Coco & Wolf product is heirloom quality, we appreciate come Spring there's nothing like a new print to attune your senses to the season ahead.
The Wonderland collection's prints are bright and poppy which we hope will have a lasting appeal to children and adults alike. With a collection celebrating outdoor living each of this season's prints have also been selected for their ability to bring a sense of fun and style to your outdoor spaces. And, of course, each print has been selected so it not only works as a standalone, but also cohesively with others from the collection so you can mix and match to your heart's content. All are printed on the luxurious Tana Lawn™ cotton which you can also find out a little more about below.
A closer look at Annabella
Annabella is a classic 1930s floral print, redrawn from a tiny fabric swatch into an all-over pattern of mixed flowers. It was originally designed by the Silver Studio – the iconic textile design house that has worked for Liberty since soon after their founding by Arthur Silver in the late 1890s.
A closer look at Theo
Theo is a hand-drawn conversational print created by Tamara de Peon for Liberty Fabrics, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s beloved classic 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'. The design incorporates colourful creatures running pell-mell around the fabric as if in the Caucus Race.
(exclusive Lilac colour way for Coco & Wolf)
A closer look at Betsy
Betsy is made of up tightly-knitted florals, and was created for Liberty Fabrics in 1933. It was designed by the enigmatic DS, whose work makes up many of our favourite Tana patterns.
"Tana Lawn™ cotton is a fabric built by obsession, perfected into a modern masterpiece of production through a bespoke process that has evolved over a century. It realises unmatchable fluidity with a silk-like touch, unique print quality and striking colour vibrancy."
A closer look at Wiltshire Bud
Wiltshire Bud is a new, smaller-scale interpretation of Liberty's much-loved classic Wiltshire print. This small all-over leaf and berry pattern was redrawn in a light colour palette for the new collection, giving it a more modern and polished effect.
A closer look at Capel
Inspired by a style of Liberty florals dating from the 1930s, Capel joined Liberty Fabrics’ Classics collection in 1979.
EMMA & GEORGINA
A closer look at Emma & Georgina
Inspired by Liberty Fabrics' large collection of Victorian pattern books, the Emma and Georgina fabric design is based on two tiny, dense floral prints. Emma was first produced on Tana Lawn™ in the 1970s; Georgina was launched in 2000.
A closer look at Edenham
Edenham was first designed for Liberty Fabrics in 1994, inspired by designs from the Liberty archive – it features a fresh, graphic layout with bright colours and wider spacing. It has been in the classic Tana collection since 1997.
As you can imagine we are particularly proud to be able to offer you our brand new and exclusive Coco & Wolf print, Betsy in Lilac, which was created in partnership with Liberty London. Which is your favourite of the new season prints? We would love to know!