Liberty is one of the most iconic stories in London, located in the famous Regent Street in London. The Liberty building housing the store is 134 years old and has an exterior which is timber framed and mock Tudor. It is quaint, exceptional and very pleasing. The Liberty building is as famous as the goods it sells. This department stores is famous for the luxury goods, clothing, furniture, household items, perfumes and gifts. It also sells furnishing material, which goes by the name of ‘Liberty Art Fabrics’. The material can be used both for clothing and furnishing and comes in traditional as well as in contemporary prints which are changed and redesigned periodically.
Liberty Departmental store was established in 1875 by Arthur Liberty with a loan of 2000 Pound Sterling. Arthur Liberty had a vision and his store became more and more profitable as the time went by. In 1885 he acquired property in the Regent Street and his shop became one of the most fashionable store in London. Liberty fabrics were introduced as material for both clothes and furnishing and have maintained their popularity so far. The building has two wings, the older portion is a good example of Tudor Revival Art. The designer shops are on the third and fourth floors. The third floor also has outlet for the famous Liberty Prints. The shops selling women clothes, stock latest designs from Armani, Alexander McQueen, and Christopher Kane along with other famous designer names, trousers from Philipa Key, shirts Eskanders and sweatshirts from Kenzo. There other famous designers whose brands you can find in the Liberty department store. Men’s clothes are iconic, as well as traditional. Accessories for both men and women are exclusive. They contain hats, scarves, bags, purses, fine jewellery and sun glasses from well known names like Saint Laurent and Stella Mccarthey. You can find quaint Liberty printed watches or watches in platinum studded with diamonds from Kojis. Children wear are available in Liberty prints for children from the ages of two to twelve. There are separate sets of clothes for baby boys or baby girls as well.
The department store has a variety of gifts items for men, women, children and households. There are wedding gifts like elegant candle holders, copper and brass bowls, quaint animals in leather, cutlery in silver and fine china crockery. There are gifts for home like pasta bowl made by Emma Bridgewater, red teacake mug made by GillianKyle as well as pictures and printed cushions. The chocolate outlet stores, divine and delectable truffles with fresh cream and vanilla stuffing. There are truffles stuffed with sea salt caramel and truffles with champagne and gin centers. The chocolates and truffles come in irresistible boxes. The chocolate bars come with Liberty Building wrapper or wrapped like a large gold and silver coin. The store also stocks separate gifts for corporate clients, for any occasion or event. There are diaries bound in leather, printed silk scarves, scented candles, chocolate boxes and vouchers for exclusive treatment at spas in the department store.
A visit to Liberty Department Store is an experience which is rich, memorable, and mind blowing, which every tourist to Londonneeds to go through at least once in his lifetime.
From the Airport
Take Heathrow Express to London Paddington station, Take tube district / circle line to NottingHill, change central line to Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus or Tottenham Station.
Take Heathrow Connect to Ealing Broadway station, Take tube Bakerloo Line to Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Line.
Oxford Circus – Central, Bakerloo and Victoria lines
Piccadilly Circus – Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines
Public Entrance is located on Great Marlborough Street
Regent Street, London W1B 5AH
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