I would like to give you an overview of the 2014 spring - summer collection: "A gallery of print".
The collection has been dedicated to the Liberty store on Regent Street in London.
On the Liberty Craft Blog there is a lovely post with an overview of all this seasons Tana Lawn fabrics.
One of the most popular prints seems to be the "Queu for the Zoo" print, representing Liberty’s Childrenswear Department.
This print has been designed by illustrator and children’s author, OK David.
Here is an interview with him.
Some of my favorites:
Liberty has historically always boasted the best selection of Oriental rugs and carpets in Europe.
The pattern honours Liberty’s Rug Department. Nomad’s small geometric motifs represent flowers in the ancient graphic language of tribal rug tradition.
represents the Arts and Crafts department. The design was based on an early 1900s design with references to Bianchini artworks and the Arts and Crafts movement
This archive design, originally a scarf pattern from 1975, was chosen to represent the haberdashery department. The design was re-worked in-house to portray the beauty and intricacy of an old patchwork quilt.
Which print is your favorite?
Enjoy and have a warm weekend.