Topshop unveils new Liberty collaboration

Nine piece limited edition range features three classic Liberty prints.

Topshop has teamed up with Liberty of London for a new limited edition collaboration.

The new range – called Liberty Girl – includes nine pieces, all using Liberty’s iconic printed fabrics.

Items include mini skirts, skater dresses, a wrap top, a Bardot crop top, sun top and a Bardot dress among others.

The designs have been made from three archived Liberty prints, given a refresh to suit Topshop’s summer season.

The featured prints are Elderberry, Ros and Capel.

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