Liberty of London has announced a collaboration with British designer Richard Quinn.
The new collection includes totes, purses, card holders, scarves and other accessories in re-worked Liberty prints from the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘90s from the brand’s archive.
Quinn said: “Liberty has been part of setting textile and print trends throughout history, so it was a great opportunity to find undiscovered prints that have not been reworked by the house, and to bring our different styles together.”
Amelia Hornblow, director of product at Liberty, added: ““His use of colour and texture captures the Liberty spirit… Liberty London is a launch pad for new talent and will continue to discover and work with inspiring people.”
“Instagram-ready” imagery for the collection campaign features the accessories next to models in contortion poses wearing full-bodysuits in the same prints as the bags.
Items in the collection range from £30 for a bag patch to £695 for a tote bag and are available exclusively in store at Liberty London and online from libertylondon.com