Liberty Fabrics x Bridgerton Amelie Luise A Tana Lawn™ Cotton

€36,10 EUR  per metre
  metres

Adapted from a selection of 1880s fabrics found in an
archival Liberty book, this charming pattern is brimming
with elaborate floral motifs and intricate textures. Emulating
copperplate printing impressions that were widely used
during the 18th century, Amelie Luise has been rendered in
a crisp outline. Embellished with roses, berries, and pinks,
the design’s wispy sprays form loosely undulating trellises.

 

  • Part of the Liberty Fabrics & Bridgerton collection
  • In collaboration with Netflix and Shondaland
  • Penelope’s Garden chapter
  • Name: Amelie Luise
  • Composition: 100% Cotton
  • Roll Width (finished/usable): 1.36m/1.33m
  • Weight: 76 g/sqm, 104g/lm
  • Care: Wash 40°C, line dry
  • Fabric Type: Tana Lawn™ Cotton
USAGE

Including but not limited to:
Adult & Kids Fashion - Dresses, Pyjamas, Trousers, Shirts, Skirts, Tops
Accessories - Bags, Hair Scrunchies, Slippers, Purses, Buttons, Pocket Squares
Homeware - Blankets, Lampshades, Bedding, Table Linen, Pillows, Quilting

COLLECTION

For the love match of the social season world-renowned design house, Liberty Fabrics, and Netflix’s and Shondaland’s critically acclaimed series, Bridgerton, have collaborated in preparation for dressing the ladies of the ton with an exclusive fabric collection. Exquisitely printed on Liberty’s finely tuned Tana Lawn™ cotton, elegant Belgravia silk satin, Kensington crepe de chine, and Monument twill, the collection consists of nine designs inspired by artworks discovered in the Liberty archive and Bridgerton’s enthralling narrative. Meticulously redrawn and recoloured by the Liberty design studio, the prints have been divided into three atmospheric chapters: Penelope’s Garden, Regency Bouquet, and Botanical Trellis. Showcasing a diverse array of charming blooms, from highly intricate floral renderings to decadent bouquets, the series evokes a sense of romantic charm as well as being a testament to both collaborative partners’ visionary creativity.