Christmas Window

Based entirely on The Nutcracker, and in conjunction with The Royal Ballet, Liberty’s Christmas Window run focused on key and memorable scenes.
Their infamous prints were utilised across all of the windows, in varying ways from fans to wallpaper to gift wrapping.
The print even provided inspiration for the shape of laser-cut elements like the gate and skirting boards.

As featured in TimeOut

Senior Visual Designer : Akil Erkose
Visual Project Manager: Laura Greig
Art Workers : Jess MacDonald, Sander Gee, Akil Erkose


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Window Concept October 2016

Liberty London, Regent street, W1B 5AH


Liberty with Architecture Social Club

Architecture Social Club’s display focuses on the figure of Arthur Lasenby Liberty and casts him in the role of fashion’s liberator.
He encounters a dissolute, fantastical and depraved couture-landscape that represents London’s pre-Liberty’s world;
‘Arthur’ is shown to herald a new promise of higher quality fashion for the city.
The installation’s narrative involves the iconography of ‘Noah’s ark’;
and plays on the naval history of the Grade II* Tudor-revival building, constructed in 1924 using the timbers of two ships: the HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan.

In-Store Handmade Wooden Signages

Liberty London, Regent street, W1B 5AH