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Chilly’s reveals Liberty Fabrics collaboration

Chilly’s has collaborated with the iconic British brand, Liberty, putting its signature prints onto bottles and cups.

The first drop in the new seasonal series features five hand-picked wintry floral prints from Liberty’s archive. Prints include Jive Abyss, Summer Sprigs (in Blush and Pine) and Brighton Blossom (in Granite and Whale).

The bundles of the series two 500ml bottles and 340ml cups come packaged in Liberty’s signature purple.

“For the first Liberty x Chilly’s collection we have adorned the Chilly’s bottles with a range of beautiful Liberty florals,” commented Adam Herbert, design manager bespoke at Liberty Fabrics. “The designs feel intrinsically Liberty, and were created with the Chilly’s bottle shape in mind – the prints have been engineered so that they wrap the bottles beautifully.”

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