A rescaling version of Liberty’s popular and much-loved ‘Thorpe’
pattern, this design is named after the artist John Hall Thorpe whose
paintings from the early 1900s provided the inspiration. Originally
created in 1968, its small, dense flowers are reminiscent of typical
1930s-style floral prints.
This allover pattern of dense mixed flowers incorporating daises,
primroses and bell flowers was designed by the Liberty design team for
the SS11 season. It is now included in the Liberty Classics range.
‘Ffion’ is a cute graphic floral pattern featuring fresh, simplified
flowers drawn with a fine black outline. It was inspired by a simple
woodblock design, originally created for Liberty in 1959, and revived
and recoloured in 2016. It is now part of Liberty Classics.