A brand new Contemporary Classics collection is available now!
This new collection has been an extra treat for me here – it’s the latest from Liberty and centres around the most popular Liberty prints from recent seasonal collections, bringing new contemporary colourways to the designs.
The new collection includes prints such as:
‘Wildflowers’ – a hugely popular design created by paper cut artist Su Blackwell based on illustrations she cut out from an early 19th century ‘Field Guide to Wild Flowers in Britain.’
‘Tresco’ – inspired by the world famous sub-tropical Tresco Abbey Garden, and its extraordinary diversity of plant life. The jaw dropping scenery and flora of Tresco led to a succulent series of prints drawn and painted from hand cut plant specimens, still life and photography. This has been one of the most popular Liberty Art Fabric prints since its release in the Spring Summer 2013 collection.
‘Queue for the Zoo’ – inspired by the childrenswear department in the Liberty of London flagship store, the colourful beasts within this fabric were drawn by children’s author and illustrator OK David. All of the animals in Queue for the Zoo were hand drawn and painted exclusively for Liberty fabrics.
‘Gallymoggers Reynard’ – which was from the amazing Alice in Wonderland collection from Spring Summer 2015. This fabric is a modern interpretation of the Charles Voysey ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ print and an illustrative representation of all of the wonderful characters featured in the novels (see if you can spot the “drink me” potion and the Cheshire cat!)
It’s my favourite time of year when a new Liberty collection is launched and I can delve through the luxurious colours and designs. This collection has been an extra little surprise for us at Alice Caroline as it’s in addition to the new Spring Summer collection which is due out on the 1st January. I love so many of the designs in this collection so it is fantastic news that they have launched them in new colourways.
See the full Contemporary Classics collection here.