Libertys Store London – Regent Street Shop

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Liberty of London : Store

Regent Street Store, central London, England, UK: Information + Photos

17 Sep 2008

Liberty of London Store

Photos © Adrian Welch, Sep 2008

Liberty’s department store

Location: Regent Street, east side, south end – between Soho and Mayfair

Tube Station: Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus

Address: Regent Street, London W1B 5AH

Phone: 020 7734 1234

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Liberty is a department store on Regent Street, based in the West End shopping district of Central London. The department store sells a wide range of luxury goods including women’s, men’s and children’s fashion, cosmetics and fragrances, jewellery, accessories, homeware, furniture, stationery and gifts. Liberty is known for its floral and graphic prints.

Liberty’s third and fourth floors showcase innovative designs from famous gifting and homeware brands. The third floor’s central atrium is home to the Liberty Haberdashery department and is dedicated to the Liberty Art Fabrics collection, which introduces new designs and reused updated prints each season.

Arthur Lasenby Liberty was born in Chesham, Buckinghamshire in 1843. He was employed by Messrs Farmer and Rogers in Regent Street in 1862, the year of the International Exhibition at Kensington in London. By 1874, inspired by his 10 years of service, Arthur decided to start a business of his own, which he did the next year.
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