Also brand new and out today is the English Eccentrics SS19 Liberty Collection. It’s a vibrant and diverse collection for Spring Summer 2019.
The collection is inspired by seven English eccentric characters. This spans several decades and covers a wide diversity of genres. Their wide-reaching travels inspire their work and have enriched British culture and history. Historical figures such as King George IV who built the exotic and fantastical Brighton Pavilion (an Indian inspired seaside retreat filled with Chinoiserie and oriental opulence), Roald Dahl, Virginia Woolfe, the botanist Marianne North and John Lenon.
I’ve put the fabric into some gorgeous fat quarter bundles. This is my favourite thing to do with a new collection. I love putting together combinations of pretty florals.
There are 49 designs in this fantastical collection which comprises new hand drawn and painted artwork alongside reworked archive prints dating as far back as the 19th century. This collection is a joyful array of printed textiles with a sense of the pioneering, adventurous spirit shared by all of the muses.
You can now buy the new English Eccentrics SS19 Liberty Collection here.