Posts tagged "liberty of london"

Would You Wear: Doc Martens x Liberty of London?

I'm a girl who loves a good pair of shit-kicking boots, and yes, before you ask, I insist that they bear the name of Doc Marten. All others are mere imitations, no? I take mine black, matte, and mid top because I'm hardcore like that, but you'd be pleasantly surprised by the vast selection the…

By: Rachel Krause / April 22, 2012

Liberty Of London Does Print-Pretty Swimsuits

Liberty of London must know that Americans are having a full-on love affair with the oh-so-British brand. The designs, which made a big stateside impression this year thanks to a genius Target collaboration and a Mac makeup deal, are now available as swimwear at Neiman Marcus. The selection is small but well-rounded and exactly what…

By: Leonora Epstein / May 19, 2010

Liberty Of London, The Makeup Version?

Everyone's currently obsessing over Target's Liberty of London collection, so it was awfully clever of MAC to launch their new Give Me Liberty of London makeup collection yesterday (a few days before Target's March 14th launch--zing!). Inspired by London's Carnaby Street, "the unstudied, Sienna Miller style of Spitalfields Market to the grit and glamour of…

By: Erin Flaherty / March 12, 2010

Sneak Peek: Liberty Of London For Target

When we heard that iconic Brit luxury label Liberty of London was set to bring its prints-mad aesthetic to Target we had to try and keep ourselves from stalking the website in anticipation. Well, imagine the freak-out we had when photos of the fashion and home line started appearing on various websites (OMFG, there's a…

By: Nina Carbone / February 18, 2010

Liberty Of London To Team Up With Target

Now you might not have to travel all the way to London to get your hands on Liberty's iconic and awesome floral prints. The British department store is now collaborating with Target to produce a line for spring. Due out in March, Elle UK reports that the theme is "flower power." (Yay! Just what we…

By: Leonora Epstein / December 2, 2009