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3 years ago, by Voir Editorial Team QUINN-tessentially LIBERTY

3 years ago, by Voir Editorial Team

QUINN-tessentially LIBERTY

Richard Quinn x Liberty London

Launching on July 9th, fashion eyes around the world are eagerly anticipating the drop of the newest collaboration collection, Liberty London x Richard Quinn.

Quinn is the new fashion name on everyone’s lips. With the Queen making her first ever front row appearance at his London Fashion Week debut show, he was awarded with the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. In light of this, the designer became an overnight sensation worldwide, and the buzz around the Central Saint Martins’ graduate continues to grow.

The 30-piece collection includes key rings, tote bags, purses, scarves and cardholders. Several items in the collection have been splashed with a modern take on the original Liberty logo serving a more youthful touch to the collection. It’s been said that that butterflies can see colours beyond visibility to the human eye. However, the clashes of acid tones against Liberty Londons infamous classic bloom prints can only make you imagine what it’s like to truly see through the eye of a butterfly.

“Liberty London is a powerhouse,” Quinn says. “For me, it’s the print equivalent to Dior. The company founded on the principle of finding the new and showcasing it within the store, which is why it was so exciting for me to be working closely with them again.”

During Liberty’s worldwide ‘What a Liberty’ campaign, the collection will be exclusively launching instore and online on July 9th with prices ranging from £70 to £695.

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