Liberty of London for Target

15 Mar

courtesy of Target.comBritish Art and design innovator Liberty of London has ventured over seas to the Americas for the first time since its debut in the late 17th century. Founder of the legacy Arthur Liberty was a pioneering and creative businessman who saw massive potential in ornaments, fabric and art from all over the world. In 1875 Liberty set out on a quest to find exotic treasures and stylish pieces to bring home to the United Kingdom for his clientele. From the early beginnings of the “Eastern Bazaar” basement filled with exquisitely foreign home décor riches to the opening of the costume department into the Regent Street store in 1884 under the supervision of distinguished architect, Edward William Godwin- Liberty has become a household name in the U.K.
Fast-forward four centuries and Liberty of London is the leading destination store in London and a magnificent emporium offering the latest fashions from around the globe mixed with design classics of the eras. Now, for the first time ever Liberty of London shares its stunning merchandise with Americans through a limited time partnership with Target stores across the US. Liberty of London for Target showcases bold patterns and designs at brilliant prices. The stateside products range from bedding, kitchen and other home décor to apparel for men, women and children in addition to home and garden and even one of a kind bicycles perfect for the spring/summer season.
Liberty of London for Target has a wide rage of fabulously bold prints that are an essential part of spring style. Here are a few of the exclusive Target prints.
courtesy of Target.com courtesy of Target.com courtesy of Target.com

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One Response to “Liberty of London for Target”

  1. Sherri Turner March 16, 2010 at 11:49 PM #

    Of course Target is savy enough to team up with Liberty of London!

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