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For the first time ever (ever!), Flowers of Liberty home decor and giftables from the iconic heritage house Liberty London are available stateside—and only at this month's Pop-In Shop! Fancy a quilted tea cosy, right proper gardening tools or some fab stationery? We've got 'em in selected stores and at Nordstrom.com/POP from July 3 to August 2.

It's rarely a good idea to borrow money from a future in-law, unless it's 1875 and you're Arthur Lasenby Liberty.

With cash in hand from his wife-to-be's father, Liberty took over half of 218a Regent Street in London's premier shopping district and laid out an impressive collection of Near and Far Eastern imports, textiles and objets d'art. These initial offerings evolved into the range of iconic in-house designs and beloved fabrics that you see today. (And yes, he settled up on that loan in good time.)

A lot of things contribute to Liberty London’s standing as a legit Brit institution, including its unmistakable floral patterns and must-see Tudor-style building—which remains in the original, albeit extended, spot in the West End. Factor in a lineup of cool partnerships (from English architect and aesthete Edward William Godwin to brand powerhouses Nike and Supreme) and the treasured heritage brand has become a culturally progressive icon, too.

With the new Flowers of Liberty collection available for the very first time in the U.S. at this month's Pop-In Shop, Nordstrom is thrilled to be a part of their history.

For the first time ever (ever!), Flowers of Liberty home decor and giftables from the iconic heritage house Liberty London are available stateside—and only at this month's Pop-In Shop! Fancy a quilted tea cosy, right proper gardening tools or some fab stationery? We've got 'em in selected stores and at Nordstrom.com/POP from July 3 to August 2.