BIBS partners with Liberty

The Danish brand has announced a new exclusive floral collaboration with the famous British brand for its SS23 collection.

The BIBS x Liberty collaboration includes pacifiers and textile accessories featuring heritage designs hand-picked from Liberty’s 148 year-old archive of lustrous textile patterns to compliment BIBS’ signature Scandi design.

BIBS ceo, Henrik Larsen, commented: “Liberty is the perfect partner to inctroduce prints to BIBS. And I am extremely proud to see that signature Liberty twist on our products. Two heritage brands come together to combine more that 100 years of experience in designing magnificent and historical prints with over 40 years of comforting babies. 2023 will be very stylish for the little ones.”

The Liberty floral prints Capel, Eloise and Chamomile Lawn are printed on the shield of the BIBs colour and will embelish a selection of textiles among others.

The first drop will launch globally from 21 March on bibsworld.com and selected retailers. Prices range from £11.95 to £69.95.

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