Liberty Tana Lawn® Fabric Language Of Flowers C

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The Language of Flowers was originally printed as a Liberty scarf in 1977 and brings together forty-nine different types of blooms, each attributed with its unique meaning, symbolism, or sentiment. Inspired by Floriography, the cryptological language of the Victorian era, this nostalgic compilation unlocks a secret floral dictionary. This print is part of the Floral Library narrative of the AW24 collection, which studies the subject through the Botanist’s eye, cataloguing and exploring an assortment of species as well as a being a celebration of key florals throughout Liberty’s history.

For Autumn/Winter 2024, Liberty Fabrics presents The Curated Floral, a celebration of the beauty, diversity, and wonder of nature’s masterpiece – the flower. Celebrated across three distinctive narratives: Floral Focus, Floral Library, and Floral Wonderland, this collection spotlights flowers outside their natural context and as a subject worthy of artistic, scientific, and symbolic study. Whether photographed, painted, or preserved, the Liberty Design Studio has re-envisioned the flower as a work of art.

Liberty’s Tana Lawn® cotton is a fabric built by obsession, perfected into a modern masterpiece of production through a bespoke process that has evolved over a century. Printed in Liberty’s own Printing Mill, located between Milan and Lake Como in northern Italy, Tana realises unmatchable fluidity with a silk-like touch, unique print quality and striking colour vibrancy. Machine washable and durable enough for daily wear, it can be used to create everything from simple separates to spectacular statement pieces.

Fat Quarter : 45cm x 67cm, (18″ x 26.5″)

By the metre : 137cm (54″) wide, (1m = 39″)

100% Cotton Tana Lawn