Liberty’s Scarf Camp

Liberty of London, Great Marlborough Street, London

Liberty has teamed up with designers such as Richard Weston and Lin Beeser producing an eclectic mix of scarves. The department store’s creative team have put the scarves into good use and created a summer festival camp.  And where else would you wear a designer scarf than a muddy festival camp! The windows echo that late 60′s vibe of the legendary Woodstock festival. I love the 70′s style Scarf Camp-poster.

I love the way they’ve used the scarves in multiple ways: on the mannequin’s head, plaited in her hair, as flags, even as little teepees.

I think the windows have a retro, romantic and optimistic feel.

The styling is layered and uses muted tones. Although these are still summer windows, the styling is leaning towards autumn/winter season.  You’ve been warned – summer is almost over, we’ll be talking about Christmas soon.

4 Responses to Liberty’s Scarf Camp

  1. I have been following their daily scarf workshops on their face book page on all the different ways to use and wear them….cool idea. Checked out a beautiful one their website but alas £195 translates to around R2000 in South Africa….maybe one day! Until then I will keep dreaming about that yellow Liberty scarf blowing behind my neck on a beach walk in the summer mmmmmm :-) cool post!

  2. Another whole new level of scarf fashion! I love it! Artistic and chic!

  3. Hi, liking the Liberty’s scraf camp window; when is it from? (date) not seen this one before!

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