West End
Department Store

Founded in 1875, Liberty is a department store turned landmark. As a British mainstay for all things luxury, Liberty naturally has a certain heritage in its royal house craftsmanship: The building, which was constructed from ship timbers and precisely modeled after the Mayflower, comprises three light wells, a carved staircase, expansive beams, and colonies of rooms. Celebrated for its collection of exclusive floral and printed fabrics, Liberty is equally recognized as London’s one-stop shop for designer fashion, beauty, decor, and more.

Regent St.London, England

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