As Anthropologie’s largest partnership, the 40-plus-piece Liberty for Anthropologie collection includes upholstered furniture and showcases 18 prints from British heritage brand Liberty London’s archive.
Englishman Andrew Carnie, Anthropologie’s president of Home, Garden & Europe, conceptualized the collaboration.
“Like anyone who is passionate about design, I have always revered Liberty as the very epitome of classic British style,” he says, “and have been continually amazed by its constant reinventions, which have seen the brand remain fresh and relevant for well over a century. Given our shared passion for pushing creative boundaries, I believe that Anthropologie and Liberty are a natural fit.”
Among the featured prints is Mabelle, which was inspired by Indian chintz designs of the 17th and 18th centuries, and in this collection is issued on a fine porcelain dining collection, tea set and serving pieces.
“We are delighted to have worked with Anthropologie, helping them select some of our most iconic prints to reinterpret for this dazzling collection of products,” says James Millar, creative director, Liberty Fabrics.
The collaboration spans bath, bedding, everyday dining, hardware, home decor, home fragrance, kitchen, stationery and wood furniture, and is priced from $14 for the Wiltshire Garden Teacup to $3,998 for the Cardiff Sofa in Feather Bloom. The full collection has launched on Anthropologie’s website and varied pieces are available at Anthropologie and Anthropologie & Co. store locations.