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Liberty of London Tana Lawn Mrs Monroe C

7,00 5,25

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Liberty of London Tana Lawn Mrs Monroe C

7,00 5,25

Mrs Monroe Liberty fabric was designed by Alex Monroe, an established designer who has 25 years experience making traditional handmade jewellery from original sketches, inspired by nature and British eccentricity. With a long-term interest and love of Liberty fabrics Alex jumped at the opportunity to work with Liberty and create a unique ‘Alice in Wonderland’ themed print. Alex’s mother chose Liberty prints to create from when he was a child and as a student he would choose something special from Liberty to go with home dyed calicos.

‘ ”O Tiger – Lily!” said Alice, addressing herself to one that was waving gracefully about in the wind, ”I wish you could talk!”
”We can talk,” said the Tiger Lily: ”when there’s anybody worth talking to.” ‘
– Lewis Carroll

From the ‘Spring/Summer 2015’ collection from Liberty of London.

Weight: Tana Lawn
Width: 140 cm / 55″

Sold by quarter of a metre, which measures 25 cm x 140 cm. To order a metre, just fill in 4 in the quantity box to receive a continuous length.

21 in stock

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In 1875, Arthur Lasenby Liberty borrowed £2,000 from his future Father in Law and took over half of 218a Regent Street with three dedicated staff. Devoted to his vision of an Eastern Bazaar and determined to change the look of homeware and fashion, Arthur Liberty’s collection of ornaments, fabric and objets d’art proved irresistible to a society intoxicated by Japan and the East. Within eighteen months the loan was repaid, the second half of 218a Regent Street was bought and neighbouring properties were added to house the ever-increasing demand for carpets and furniture.

By 1884, Arthur Liberty was working with Costume Society founder Edward William Godwin creating in-house apparel to challenge the fashions of Paris. As a Royal Warrant holder dedicated to quality, Liberty also forged strong relationships with many British designers, most famously the protagonists of the Art Nouveau movement. These are traditions that continue today in the store’s commitment to inspirational, impeccably made goods and services. Celebrate Arthur Liberty’s legacy in the in-house collections of scarves, accessories and fabrics, and the finest designer fashion and homeware from all over the world.

Brand

Liberty of London

Content

100% Cotton

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