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Liberty: British excellence

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Throughout the world, these fabrics enchant. In London, the store amazes!

Once upon a time, Arthur Lasenby Liberty, a man of delicate taste, drew sublime designs with floral motifs for cotton fabrics, to the delight of little girls and their mothers. In 1875, he opened his store on Regent Street and quickly offered his own clothing creations there.

Today, Liberty is a large Tudor-style department store that sells major brands and a place where all generations love to browse. From clothing, jewellery, and furniture to household linen and light fixtures, the most beautiful pieces have been selected and are presented in a breath-taking setting.

Many of Liberty's fabrics are still showcased, with regularly evolving new creations on offer. Check out the stationery department for portable keepsakes, such as small notebooks or colourful floral baubles, to bring home as gifts.

Liberty
214- 220 Regent Street (main entrance on Great Malborough Street)
London W1B 5AH

+44 (0)20 7734 1234

www.liberty.co.uk

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