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Arthur Lasenby opened Liberty in 1875 and the iconic Tudor-style building was designed in the 1920s. Arthur traveled the world importing exotic goods from far flung destinations and his support for the Arts & Crafts movement helped create what is known worldwide as 'Liberty Style'. This elegant store is unlike any other as it feels like you're in a luxurious home rather than shopping. Definitely worth a visit.

Liberty is one of London's most traditional stores, but venture inside and you'll find a whole host of cutting-edge ranges. Designers include Vivienne Westwood, ChloƩ and Dries Van Noten, plus there's an impressive beauty hall. Celebrating fine design and jaw-dropping craftsmanship, Liberty is a shoppers' paradise.

Liberty's half-timbered, Tudor facade pays homage to its British heritage, but that's no indication that its merchandise is historical or stuffy. Rather, the longstanding Regent Street establishment offers intriguing, international goods, many with a contemporary, luxurious edge. Home furnishings, giftware, handbags and accessories, men's and women's clothing, and a variety of fragrances and health and beauty items hint at the selection. You can even pick up gourmet chocolates to sweeten the experience.

Address: Liberty of London, Regent Street, Soho, W1B 5AH.

Opening Times
Mon to Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 12pm-6pm

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