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Liberty Paramount Crepe De Chine (Red)
Liberty Paramount Crepe De Chine (Red) is a new response to a design created by Bernard Nevill in 1964, originally produced as a large-scale fashion fabric in bright acid tones that were iconic of the time. The Liberty Design Studio drew circles, zigzags and stripes inspired by the original artwork, overlaying and piecing them together to create a new landscape full of dynamism and movement. FuturLiberty is an exploration of the unexpected in the Liberty archive, resulting in a reinvention of Liberty Fabrics – inspired by, and celebrating the artistic movements of Futurism, Vorticism, and a century of avant-garde.

Liberty Paramount Crepe De Chine (Red)

Liberty Paramount Crepe De Chine (Red) is a new response to a design created by Bernard Nevill in 1964, originally produced as a large-scale fashion fabric in bright acid tones that were iconic of the time. The Liberty Design Studio drew circles, zigzags and stripes inspired by the original artwork, overlaying and piecing them together to create a new landscape full of dynamism and movement. FuturLiberty is an exploration of the unexpected in the Liberty archive, resulting in a reinvention of Liberty Fabrics – inspired by, and celebrating the artistic movements of Futurism, Vorticism, and a century of avant-garde.

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