Liberty + Merci = perfect match

If you were overwhelmed by all the Liberty print hook-ups in 2009 then tough titty, there’s even more in store for 2010. At the SS10 preview we saw Liberty print watch-straps and these pretty-as-you-like Liberty print Repettos – watch them fly faster than the Nikes
Even better than that is the news that Liberty will launch a collection in collaboration with French concept store Merci. Merci’s owner Marie-France Cohen has magicked up a homeware and fashion collection that plays heavily on Liberty’s Carnaby Street location which also ties in with Carnaby Street’s 50-year celebrations. The range will be sold in Merci in Paris as well as a pop-up Merci store in Liberty. Best get over your floral fear fast…

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6 Responses to Liberty + Merci = perfect match

  1. jasmine says:

    Oooh- I love Liberty! I'm excited.

  2. Miss Cavendish says:

    I never tire of Liberty hook-ups. Would love a pair of the ballerinas for spring.

  3. Intrinsically Florrie says:

    Wow- floral brogues. Flowery and practical. I am a floral obsessive here.

    Florrie x

  4. Bubu says:

    I wanted to invite you to visit my fashion blog:

    http://www.mydarlingbubu.com/

    Thank you :).

  5. Polly says:

    What pretty shoes! I particularly like the pair in the middle. Strange how the vintage style floral trend is going on for so long, not only with Liberty but with the popularity of high street stores such as Cath Kidston. I'm not complaining because I love it, I just would have thought people were bored with it by now!

  6. All Women Stalker says:

    The printed brogues! I want! I may have never wanted anything more.

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