Anglo-Australian brand Antipodium have collaborated with Liberty to create their Spring Summer collection for 2012 named Kraftwork which launched in store and online on Wednesday. Designer Geoffrey J. Finch worked with the artists Ian Hundley to create a 50 piece collection that incorporated iconic prints from the Liberty archives. The pair have used two classic prints, the peacock-tailed Hera and the ditzy Pepper, which they have patch-worked together in a design inspired by maps of where the label is based in East London. The adjoining squares are said to be representative of hipster honey-pot London Fields and Victoria Park. Key pieces include sleeveless shirts and full pleated skirts, both of course in patchwork and make perfect spring-time staples for any wardrobe. The collection is available in-store and online now at Liberty with prices starting at £180.
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