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Fall in love with fashion's most practical silhouette; from roomy interiors to a range of colours and sizes, the tote is the hardest working option in your handbag arsenal. Look to Sophie Hulme for elegant simplicity, and Liberty London for bold colour and pattern.
Originally a scarf design taken from our Spring Summer 16 collection, the 'Garden of Beauty' print was based on several mid 1960’s archive designs featuring large peonies and chrysanthemums to create a dense, vibrant arrangement.
Based upon a scarf design from our Spring Summer 16 collection, 'Peony Trail' is an Oriental floral print which combines beautiful blooms of peony flowers and foliage to create a trailing floral design.
Credited to Arthur Silver, the founder of the Silver Studio, in 1887 and first printed by Liberty furnishing fabrics in the mid 1890s, our classic 'Hera' design has been a popular favourite in the Liberty range ever since.
Originally designed as part of our Spring Summer 2014 collection, Paradise Garden was born from two archive designs that were beautifully combined to create this Indonesian-inspired floral garden, complete with decorative butterflies and exotic birds of paradise.
Standing out as part of the collection since Spring Summer 2014, our Christelle print boasts an Oriental-style floral trail, based upon early Indian chintzes that first came to Europe in the 17th century.
Based on a scarf design from Spring Summer 2016, Peony Trail is an oriental floral design that fuses beautiful blooms of peony flowers and foliage to create an elegant trailing floral design, in a re-working of the original archive print from 1966, Chinese Rose.
Dating back to 1990, Peacock Garden is a classic Liberty scarf design that was originally based upon an intricate tile mosaic by William de Morgan, where flowers and peacocks intertwine in an Oriental conversational design.
Originally a scarf design taken from our Spring Summer 16 collection, Garden of Beauty was based on several mid 1960’s archive designs featuring large peonies and chrysanthemums to create a dense, vibrant arrangement.
Originally a scarf design from our Spring Summer 2015 collection, the exotic Shangri-La print is adorned with jungle-style paisley leaf patterns inspired by collection of designs from the 1850's that were discovered in the Liberty archive.
Incredibly versatile and undoubtedly transitional, the aptly named Alexander McQueen Heroine open tote bag comes in a textural grain leather, making it the perfect option for adding interest to your ensemble, no matter what colour palette you're working with.