The store has beautiful architecture and fittings. We had afternoon tea in Cafe Liberty - it was a very busy cafe with an extensive menu. The prices are expensive but fits to the nature of the store.
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Booked to have a piercing here after seeing instagram posts. All went well and I got what I wanted at the time I had booked. The piercer suggested I make a second appointment to have the post made smaller after 6 weeks. I made my...More
My primary visit here was to look at the Fishs Eddy concession. Fishs Eddy is a shop in New York selling all things kitchen and crockery. The only place to do it in the UK is Liberty. So on my recent trip to London I...More
LibertyLondon and John Smedley knitwear are you serious? Although this polo shirt was purchased 2 years ago and only worn 3 times, I expect my clothes to last me longer. The least you could have done was repair the item as I requested, after all...More
In recent years, I’ve only been through London for long layovers. That means cramming as much into the short stay as possible, while not overextending yourself. To cover all the shopping bases, I usually hit up two staples - Selfridges Foodhall, to stock up the...More
Everything here was so charming and lovely that I probably could have spent the entire day there. The details of the building alone are worth a visit (even the inside of the lifts have beautiful hand carvings). All of the displays were as unique as...More
On Carnaby street in Soho is Liberty. Its an old building and a bit labyrinthine, but beautiful. The architecture is so old world; glossy wood and glass. It smells wonderful and expensive. The store is elegant and chockfull of beautiful things. Liberty is famous for...More