Calling Liberty a department store doesn’t really do it justice. This place is a city icon. Established in 1875 and operating from its current location since 1924, its six floors have long been packed with the best and most beautiful goods a (sizeable) wad of cash can buy.
Central London. A short walk down from Oxford Circus station. In fact, Liberty was one of the first buildings I really explored in London when I got here 30 years ago. I was meeting a friend and rather than try (and fail) to find each other in the hustle of Oxford Circus, he suggested we head to Liberty instead.
Browsing, even if you’re not planning to buy anything. Or finding unique designer items if you’re prepared to splash some cash.