Thursday, 4 August 2011

Liberty Rocks Digital Collection

For over a century, Liberty Art Fabrics has earned itself a reputation for innovation and imagination, through its collaborations with visionary designers and artists. New for AW11 comes Liberty Rocks for Liberty of London, a group of prints inspired by musicians who also have links to the art world.

The collection is divided into seven different design groups with five colour stories, each fabric inspired by early rock’n’roll, right through to a selection of archive prints, all specially chosen by musicians including Florence Welch (former Camberwell College of Art student), Graham Coxon and John Squire. Liberty says this is a "visionary collection which takes inspiration from art and music, combining the creative talents of our design team with those of renowned musicians and artists who are passionate about our print collection. The result is a truly original compilation of vibrant prints, comprised of seven distinct groups."

All of the prints feature on Liberty's signature Tana Lawn fabric, and also come in Lantana Wool, Lilestone Wool, Crepe de Chine, Georgette, Poplin, Silk Satin, and Jersey. The full collection is available in the London store, priced from £19.95 per metre. Head to for more info.

Dancing Ladies, from Flo Welch, a style popular within Liberty print in the 1920s 


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