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Liberty

In 1875 with a £2,000 loan from his future father-in-law Arthur Lasenby Liberty accepted the lease of half a shop at 218a Regent Street with three staff members, and sold ornaments, fabric and objects d’art from Japan and the Far East. He soon acquired the second half of the property and the store became the most fashionable place to shop in London… in the 1920s the famous Tudor-style emporium, constructed from the timbers of two ships, was built and engineered around three light wells to form the focus of the building. During the 1950s, Liberty continued its tradition for fashionable and eclectic design, with all departments in the shop displaying both contemporary and traditional designs and the promotion of new designers… the eclectic style remains today as Liberty continues to showcase innovative lifestyle products across fashion and home interiors

www.liberty.co.uk

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