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Based on a hand-painted artwork discovered in the Liberty archive, Margot Mary sets the stage for a parade of simplified, stencilled blooms. The diversity of natural floral forms is charmingly represented through a potpourri of monochrome petals. This print is part of the Red story of the Spring/Summer 2024 collection with designs drawing from the colour’s millennia-spanning history as feature of prehistoric paintings, and one of humanity’s first symbols of love, life and vitality.
“Red protects itself. No colour is as territorial. It stakes a claim, is on the alert against the spectrum.” – Derek Jarman
Liberty Tana Lawn is unique: a fabric made from specially selected ultra-fine long-staple cotton, woven from 70 and 100 ply yarns, with exclusive and superior qualities that have elevated Tana to its iconic status. Once woven, Tana is subjected to a lengthy series of preparations, followed by a process of mercerization that swells the fibers of the cotton, enhancing handle and luster, and stabilizing the fabric finish. Mercerization also increases dye absorption in the rotary screen printing or the latest digital print technology, allowing this fine fabric to carry color and print magnificently.