Matilda Goad is a new breed of creative, straddling fashion and interiors, styling and design to realise an eclectic aesthetic that teems with playful charm.
Matilda recently unveiled an exclusive collection of Liberty print lampshades and ceramic bases.
As part of our celebration of alternative fragrance, award winning perfume designer Azzi Glasser drops by to talk about all things bespoke scent with Kathleen Baird Murray,
Contributing Editor at Vogue.
In this episode, we bring you an exclusive conversation with Shaune Leane, whose eponymous jewellery brand is the four-time winner of the UK jewelry designer of the year award.
Shaune was interviewed in front of a live audience by jewellery historian Vivienne Becker.
In episode 18 of the Liberty Discovers Podcast, we welcome three guests from the world of jewellery and gemstones: Annoushka Ducas of Annoushka, Katie-Jane Wright of Crystal Muse, and Annabel Davidson - editor of Vanity Fair on Jewellery.
In episode 17 of the Liberty Discovers Podcast, we hear from three talented young artists stocked at Liberty.
Laura Bird, Amy-Isles Freeman and Alexa Coe sat down with Lily Worcester, Deputy Beauty and Lifestyle Editor at ES Magazine.
Following the success of 2017’s 'How to Grow a Baby and Push it Out: Your No Nonsense Guide To Pregnancy and Birth', 2018 marks the release of Clemmie’s second book, the How to Grow a Baby Journal, filled with reassuring tips to help parents delve into their feelings and experiences.
This episode invites you to listen as Clemmie Hooper talks to Julie Anne Dorff.
Gal-dem is a magazine and creative collective which supports the creative work of women and non-binary people of colour.
Created in response to the lack of diversity in Britain's top institutions, gal-dem has made its mark as a platform for thought provoking content.
Fine Cell Work is a charity dedicated to teaching prisoners needlecraft skills, as a route to rehabilitation. In this podcast, recorded in front of a live audience at Liberty, we hear the full story.
Katy Emck OBE, founding director of Fine Cell Work, is in conversation with Michelle Ogundehin, former Editor-in-Chief of Elle Decoration UK.
What happens to a country and its people once a war is over? Giles Duley has been asking this question for over 10 years in his career as a photojournalist.
In the podcast, Giles talks to Jonathan Heaf of British GQ, and recounts more than a handful of incredible stories.
You can show your support by purchasing an exclusive Legacy of War tee created by Citizens of Humanity, available in-store on 2, with all proceeds going to the project.
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten recently celebrated his 100th collection with a comprehensive retrospective book. He visited Liberty London to greet fans and to sign copies of his book, and while he was here, we were excited to grab him for a brief chat, interviewed here by Caroline Issa.