Liberty of London Tana Lawn™ cotton is a fabric built by obsession, perfected into a modern masterpiece of production through a bespoke process that has evolved over a century. Printed in our own family-run Liberty Printing Mill in northern Italy, located near the banks of Lake Como, Tana realises unmatchable fluidity with a silk-like touch, unique print quality and striking colour vibrancy. Machine washable and durable enough for daily wear, it is perfect for both simple separates and spectacular statement pieces.
Betsy is made of up tightly-knitted florals, and was created for Liberty Fabrics in 1933. It was designed by the enigmatic D.S., whose work makes up many of our favourite house patterns. Betsy has been part of the Classics Tana collection since 1982.
Betsy Ann is a small-scale version of Betsy. It was first designed for Liberty Fabrics in the 1930s. This sweet new version was created for the 2013 Autumn/Winter seasonal collection.
BETSY ANN PINK
BETSY ANN LIGHT PINK
BETSY ANN BLUE
BETSY ANN RED
Wiltshire is a leaf and berry pattern originally designed for Liberty Fabrics in 1933 by the designer with the initials D.S.. It was redesigned in 1968, and has been part of the Classics collection since 1979.
WILTSHIRE PINK RED
First printed by Liberty Fabrics in 1978, Capel was inspired by a vintage style of Liberty floral dating from the 1930s. A small, loosely-drawn design with an all-over repeat, it has been part of the Classics collection since 1993.
Katie and Millie is a floral print inspired by a design in the Liberty archive, dating from the 1920s. It is one of the very smallest in scale in our whole Liberty Fabrics collection – and one of the most detailed designs to still be traditionally rotary printed.
KATIE AND MILLIE BLUE
Originally created in the Liberty Fabrics design studio for the Autumn/Winter 2011 collection, Adelajda features a galaxy of swirling stars in a whirl of vivid shades.
Michelle is a 1930s floral developed from a design in the Liberty archive dating from 1933. It was created by D.S., the same artist who created Betsy and Wiltshire – two other iconic Liberty Fabrics prints.
D’Anjo is a typical 1930s floral design, created for Liberty by the Silver Studio. This London-based design house created some of Liberty’s most popular fabric designs from the Art Nouveau period to the 1940s.
Children’s author and illustrator O.K. David collaborated with our design team to create Queue For The Zoo – a charming animal print representing the Third Floor’s Childrenswear Department, hand-drawn and painted exclusively for Liberty Fabrics.
QUEUE FOR THE ZOO BLUE
QUEUE FOR THE ZOO WHITE
Take a look at my Shop and choose among our collection of Liberty of London Hair Accessories. They are all handmade with Liberty of London Tana Lawn™ Cotton fabric. For instance, you can find Bunny Scrunchies, headband, clips and bow elastics.
They are the perfect way to add a Liberty touch to any outfit. In addition, you can choose a matching hair accessories with your little one.