Peony Liberty London capsule
Aug 18, 2015

Peony Liberty London capsule is featured and taken from the new Quiet Life Fall 15 collection.

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The Quiet Life fall 2015 collection has just been released through Quiet Life stockists globally and through the Quiet Life online store. Consisting of several new cut and sew styles, such as, the Trail Windbreaker jacket, Middle of Nowhere satin bomber jacket, Contrast Windy pullover, Climber pull over. Also in the Fall 15 collection are several new art and graphic design prints on t shirts, long sleeve t shirts and fleece. And on top of all that are The Quiet Life’s signature hat collection consisting of new 5 panel hats, polo hats, hybrid hats and snapback hats.

With in the new Quiet Life Fall 15 collection are several mini capsules, one of the stand out capsules is the Peony Liberty London capsule. The Peony Liberty London capsule is made up of several cut and sew styles and hats, using the unique Peony fabric from the globally renowned fabric supplier and boutique store, Liberty London. There is the Peony Oxford long sleeve button shirt, Peony zip up hood, Peony long sleeve t shirt, Peony pocket t shirt, Peony 5 panel hat and Peony bucket hat.

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Liberty London history:

In 1875, Arthur Lasenby Liberty borrowed £2,000 from his future Father in Law and took over half of 218a Regent Street with three dedicated staff. Devoted to his vision of an Eastern Bazaar and determined to change the look of homeware and fashion, Arthur Liberty’s collection of ornaments, fabric and objets d’art proved irresistible to a society intoxicated by Japan and the East. Within eighteen months the loan was repaid, the second half of 218a Regent Street was bought and neighboring properties were added to house the ever-increasing demand for carpets and furniture.

By 1884, Arthur Liberty was working with Costume Society founder Edward William Godwin creating in-house apparel to challenge the fashions of Paris. As a Royal Warrant holder dedicated to quality, Liberty also forged strong relationships with many British designers, most famously the protagonists of the Art Nouveau movement. These are traditions that continue today in the store’s commitment to inspirational, impeccably made goods and services. Celebrate Arthur Liberty’s legacy in our in-house collections of scarves, accessories and fabrics, and the finest designer fashion and homeware from all over the world.