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Monday, February 22, 2016

Limited Edition Liberty Print UGG

Limited Edition Liberty UGG
Quintessentially British and a fixture in fashion for over 140 years, Liberty is renowned the world over for its pioneering prints. They have brought the iconic floral motifs across the pond to update some of our most beloved silhouettes with signature prints from Liberty’s archives.  Above are limited edition UGG boots with Liberty prints.

Shop the Liberty Collection at the UGG Australia website.

Pictured above is only portion of the limited edition collection.

About Liberty:

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 their in-house collections of scarves, accessories and fabrics, and the finest designer fashion and homeware from all over the world.

If in London, stop by the Liberty store.

Their magnificent mock-Tudor building on Great Marlborough Street was built in 1924 so trading could continue while renovations were being completed at the other Liberty premises. Designed by Edwin T. Hall and his son Edwin S. Hall, the iconic store was constructed from the timbers of two ships: HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan. The frontage at Great Marlborough Street is the same length as the Hindustan.  Designed at the height of the 1920s fashion for Tudor revival, the shop was engineered around three light wells. Each of these wells was surrounded by smaller rooms to create a homely feel, and many of the rooms had fireplaces - some of which still exist today - in order to create the feeling of being in your own home. Sadly, Arthur Liberty died in 1917, seven years before the completion of his shops. 

Learn more about Liberty London.

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