Liberty Fabrics’ Serpentine is lustrously detailed and rich in color – printed in Liberty’s Italian fabric mill, on the inimitable Tana Lawn cotton.
Serpentine offers a painterly and expressive response to an image of a snake charmer discovered in Arthur Liberty’s book ‘A Day in Tangier’. Painted in inks with a sculpted sponge brush by the in-house Liberty Fabrics design team, it is a conversational geometric that twists with energy and movement.
For Autumn/Winter 2019’s Aesthetic Renaissance collection, Liberty Fabrics’ in-house design team drew inspiration from the adventurous life and artistic inspirations of our founder, Sir Arthur Lasenby Liberty. Traveller, tastemaker and gentleman, Arthur’s passion for globetrotting and treasure-hunting with his wife Emma forms the basis of Liberty’s enduring appeal. Inspirations swing from expeditions in faraway lands to the peace and quiet of English country gardens, via the opulently stylised forms of the Aesthetic Movement and Art Nouveau styles.