Get an exclusive peek at our in-store launch of the Lean Dean by Nudie Jeans.
Last night, shoppers were treated to an ice-cold beer in our menswear department as they tried the brand new Lean Dean out for size in a new, Scandi-style space. Every purchase granted access to an exclusive after-party to celebrate all things denim. If you didn’t make it down, Lean Dean is availabe online and in-store now.
The Lean Dean joins the slim division of Nudie’s Family of Fits; the 11th jean to join the range is straight from the top, all the way to the bottom with a narrow leg opening.
The launch of the Lean Dean coincides with the Nudie Jeans refreshed Liberty shop-in-shop fit, which projects a Scandinavian feel. Raw materials such as leather, metal and wood have been used and like a pair of dry Nudie Jeans it will age organically through wear and tear, creating a unique history.
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Celebrate Nike Air Max Day 26.3.15 with Liberty
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Introducing our latest design collaboration with global accessories brand Herschel Supply, perfectly combining our floral prints with the brand’s practical elegance in three design-driven women’s backpacks.
The collection features three covetable Herschel Supply silhouettes. The Ware and Hanson, with their clean, cylindrical shapes and cinch closures, and the uniquely styled Dawson, boasting multiple strap detailed compartments with a zippered interior and side-access sleeves. Crafted from lightweight, soft-touch fabrics with slender adjustable straps, the bags are detailed with traditional vegetable tanned leather and polished silver-tone hardware.
Herschel Supply carefully selected prints from the Liberty archive to use for the collaboration. Donna Leigh – inspired by a design from the late 1700s, combining a rich background with contrasting watercolour painted flowers – and Deborah – an Art Nouveau print inspired by an early Merton Abbey Mills pattern book.
Each backpack design comes in two options: a print combination of Donna Leigh Tana Lawn and Deborah Tana Lawn, or solid navy accented with tactile Donna Leigh print cord. Each bag is finished with a custom Liberty woven label.
The Herschel Supply for Liberty collection will be exclusively available in-store and online at liberty.co.uk from Monday 23 March.
Dress your table for Easter entertaining with this simple napkin and table runner set.
Expert sewer, author and Liberty print connoisseur Alice Garrett, owner of Alice Caroline shows you how to dress your table for Easter with this simple step-by-step guide. A lover of Liberty fabric since a childhood spent rummaging through her grandmother’s fabric stash, Alice now sells Liberty fabrics from her online shop, working from her studio in the Cotswolds where her library of Liberty fabric is a constant inspiration.
Whether you’re entertaining this Easter or getting the whole family together, your table will be the envy of all your guests.
Follow the steps below for both the table runner and the napkins
Table Runner: 132cm (52”) x 35cm (14”)
Napkins: 40cm (16”) x 40cm (16”)
You will need
Table runner: 137cm (54”) x 40cm (16”) Liberty fabric
Napkins: 45cm (18”) x 45cm (18”) Liberty fabric per napkin
Alice has used Hubert A Tana Lawn
How to make
Step 1. Fold down one corner of the fabric so that corner edges are both 1 ¼”.
Step 2. Cut corner flap off, leaving ½” edges. Repeat steps 1 and 2 at the 3 remaining corners.
Step 3. Fold one edge of the napkin over ¼”, press.
Step 4. Fold another ¼” over, press and pin in place. Repeat steps 3 and 4 at the remaining edges.
Step 5. Stitch all around the napkin, 3mm (1/8”) from the edge of the inner fold. TIP: When stitching, keep the needle down when you get to each corner. Lift the sewing machine foot and pivot the fabric 90 degrees, then lower the foot and continue sewing along the next edge.
Dress your table and enjoy!
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Meet the Designer – Alice Caroline
This lovely ‘Easter Table’ tutorial, designed by Alice Caroline Garrett, is just one of the wonderful projects for sewers that she creates using Liberty of London fabrics.
Alice Garrett, owner of Alice Caroline sells a huge range of Liberty prints from the latest collections. She enjoys sourcing limited edition prints and designing patterns, kits and notions all in a distinctive Liberty style. Alice’s love of Liberty fabrics grew from when she was just a child, rummaging through her grandmothers fabric stash, always excited to find a snippet of Liberty fabric. Her grandmother was an amazing quilter who also loved those distinctive patterns, meaning that Alice has had a lifelong love of all things Liberty.
Her studio in the Cotswolds is a riot of colour and texture. There are stacked rolls in her ‘Liberty Library’ of fabric, drawers packed with fat quarters, books and magazines to inspire, and jars of ribbons and buttons sourced from her travels. Being surrounded by such an array of pattern and colour inspires that Alice to design new projects for sewers that use the fabric in such a way that shows Liberty at its best.
Start spring as you mean to go on with this superfood salad recipe by Café Liberty.
The perfect dish for your first al fresco lunch of the year, this impressive salad by Café Liberty will wow even the fussiest of guests, or provide tasty a and guilt-free dinner on a weeknight. Free of dairy, gluten and nuts you’ll be left feeling nourished and super light. This recipe is vegan friendly, but our chef recommends a chicken or smoked duck breast for non-veggies craving an extra hit of protein.
• Smoked duck or chicken breast per person (optional)
• 75g quinoa, rinsed in cold water
• 150g aubergine, cut into cubes
• 150g chickpeas, rinsed
• Large handful of parsley, chopped
• Small handful of chives
• 50g fennel, washed and chopped thin
• 75g radicchio lettuce, washed and chopped thin
• 1tsp wholegrain mustard
• 12g spring onion, chopped
• 150g cherry tomatoes, washed and halved
• 1 pomegranate
• 6g red amaranth as a garnish
• 25g pumpkin seeds as a garnish
For the dressing:
10ml extra virgin olive oil (plus extra for the aubergine)
5ml balsamic vinegar
Place your aubergine cubes on a tray and mix with olive oil, salt and pepper. Cook in the oven at 180 degrees for 13 minutes (or until done).
Meanwhile, place your rinsed quinoa in a pot and cover with cold water and salt (2 parts water for 1 part quinoa). Bring it to the boil then simmer on a medium heat for 10 minutes.
Remove from the heat and let it cool to absorb the water.
Mix the quinoa, cooked aubergine, chickpeas, parsley, chives, pomegranate seeds, wholegrain mustard and spring onions then put to one side.
Mix the olive oil and balsamic vinegar together to make a dressing. Toss with the radicchio and fennel, then serve with the quinoa mix. Add the tomatoes, toasted pumpkin seeds and red amaranth on top. If you’re adding duck or chicken, place in thin slices to serve.
Finish with any dressing you have left!
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