There’s nothing we love more than a good Liberty collaboration, and the latest is one we’re particularly excited about as it involves our favourite Anglo-Australian brand Antipodium, whose off-kilter ethereal creations are a favourite of the style set.
The Australian designer Geoffrey J. Finch has got together with artist Ian Hundley to create a 50-piece collection using two iconic prints from the Liberty archives: the peacock-tailed Hera and the ditzy Pepper print. Hundley has patch-worked the prints together in a design that takes its inspiration from maps of East London, where the label is based. Apparently the adjoining squares are supposed to be interpretive of hipster honey-pot London Fields and its grander big sister Victoria Park. The parks didn’t look quite like that the last time we set foot there, but geographical exactitude obviously pales in comparison with clothes this pretty.
See you by the park bench.
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