Every Print in our New Fashion Fabric Collection
A celebration of the Avant-Garde, discover the dynamic prints of the FuturLiberty collection, ideal for your next dressmaking venture
In anticipation of our 150th Anniversary (yes, really), we're celebrating this epic milestone with a new collection curated in collaboration with renowned couturier and interior designer, Federico Forquet. Resulting in a reinvention of Liberty Fabrics, inspired by the Avant-Garde, FuturLiberty is an exploration of unexpected Futurist and Vorticist designs from the 1960s, uncovered in the Liberty Archive and brought to life for 2023.
FuturLiberty began with Forquet issuing a challenge to the Liberty designers to experiment and develop Liberty’s archetypal Arts and Crafts designs, breaking away from our famed florals to reinterpret archive designs. After examining our 50,000 archive prints, Forquet and the Liberty design team have together reimagined classic designs to appear with a refreshed intensity and loud optimism - with newly-created prints featuring dense brush strokes, delicate lines and playful collage.
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While the full collection includes interiors fabrics suitable for almost every home design project going, here, we celebrate the extraordinary range of fashion fabrics, perfect for whichever garment you hoped to make next.
Printed at our mill in Italy, the subtle textures and details from the artwork have been carefully translated into a beautiful array of fashion fabrics. From surprising geometrics, lively abstractions, and rhythmic lines, our latest innovative fashion fabric collection combines the Forquet’s artistic sensibilities with Liberty’s expert craftsmanship, perfect for your next dress-making project, should you be a dab-hand with the sewing machine. And if not? Then simply shop our curated edit of ready-to-wear garments and accessories.
How will you reinvent your wardrobe with FuturLiberty?
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