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it comes to Fashion, Liberty know a thing or two. So to celebrate a whopping 140 years in the business, they’ve set up shop at the Fashion and Textile Museum, with an exhibition exploring their impact on British Fashion. Taking you on a journey through Art Nouveau and Art Deco, the exhibition showcases the development of their world-renowned fabrics,  and also takes a look at their relationships with designers including Vivienne Westwood, Yves Saint Laurent right through to recent collaborations with Nike. With over 150 items on display, it’s got to be most fashionable exhibition around.

Until Sun 28th February 2016
Fashion and Textile Museum, 83 Bermondsey Street,London SE1 3XF