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Source: Fashion Photography Archive 2015
Source: The Berg Companion to Fashion 2010
Liberty’s early catalogs, published from 1881, featured silks remarkable for their variety of color, print, and weight. By the 1880s Liberty’s name had become a trademark. “Liberty Art Fabrics” were sensuous and subtly colored, widely admired and imitated. Fashionable aniline dyes were rejected in favor of natural colorings; lack of chemical adulteration, antiquity of design, and irregularity of weave, indicating hand production, were also emphasized.