The name Liberty has always been synonymous with innovation and great design. Arthur Liberty's intuitive vision and pioneering spirit led him to travel the world looking for individual pieces to inspire and excite his discerning clientele. His legacy ensures that today Liberty Art Fabrics are today still renowned throughout the world for their contemporary edge as well as their nostalgic appeal. Quadrille are delighted to present the first stunning collection of Liberty stationery. Following unprecedented access to the Liberty archive two ranges have been created, one based on small floral prints and the other on iconic ranges. These stunning prints are each individual and yet very instantly recognisable as classic Liberty. Within each range there are two types of notebook and an address book, each beautifully finished with fabric printed covers and ribbon ties. Each range aslso includes a box of notecards, with four different designs of card and an exquisite bespoke box.
Liberty opened in 1875 selling ornaments, fabric and objets d'art from Japan and the East. As the business grew, neighbouring properties were bought and added. In 1885, 142-4 Regent Street was acquired to meet the ever-increasing demand for carpets and furniture. The store became the most fashionable place to shop in London and iconic Liberty fabrics were used for both clothing and furnishings. Today Liberty is the leading destination store in London, a wonderful emporium where the latest fashions sit alongside design classics. The result is a highly desirable collection of fashion and interiors which mixes the eclecticism and exoticism of Liberty's Art Nouveau heritage with exquisite craftsmanship and high innovation.