Mamas and Papas and Liberty London

Liberty Caesar Urbo2 RangeBritain’s favourite nursery brand has teamed up with the iconic brand Liberty London to offer the most gorgeous new collection. Combining Liberty’s beautiful heritage fabrics with Mamas and Papas subtle designs- this is the perfect collaboration.

Mamas and Papas launched back in 1981 by husband and wife Luisa and David Scacchetti and it is still a family business. As parents themselves they want to design products and services for a new generation of parents and parents to be. The brand have won lots of awards including Which? Best Buys, Prima Fashion Awards, Loved By Parent Awards and numerous product awards from Mother & Baby. They are also favoured by the celebrity world with celebrity mums including Beyoncé, Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys and Erin O’Connor being fans.

Liberty London has inspired shoppers since 1875, using their craft credentials to create iconic prints that are recognized all over the world. Celebrating their 140th anniversary this year, the department store remains a national retail institution.

The new collection offers a beautiful baby clothing range with everything from traditional smocking and Peter Pan collars to the cutest bibs. It does lend itself more to the girlswear, however, for the boys there is a stylish chambray shirt, a bow tie and braces. There are six prints in the collection including a peacock design, berry and leafs and wild flowers.

On the interiors side there is naturally a cot bedding collection but also an adorable Liberty print rocker, a moses basket and dolls. There are three buggy options- the Urbo2, Armadillo and Armadillo Flip XT which have all been decked out in a stunning Liberty print, which is exclusive to the range- plus changing bags in the same stunning print.

This really is a match made in style heaven combining two great British brands with the final result offering a well thought out and executed collaboration.

Prices start from £16 for the t-shirts to over £500 for a special edition pushchair.

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