Liberty - The Night Before Christmas

The countdown to Christmas has begun at Liberty, with a series of rooftop scenes in the department store's windows. The iconic rooftops of Liberty have been recreated under a midnight sky with twinkling starry lights and a warm cream moon. The nostalgic setting has been bought to life with modern rope lighting against a backdrop of rich green foliage, including ferns and fragrant eucalyptus.

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The Liberty design team took inspiration from 'Twas the Night Before Christmas' by Clement Clarke Moore, encapsulating the excitement and suspense of the moment just before Christmas day.

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Moving elements, include a pulley rope and weather vane, showcase bi-weekly changing products dispersed throughout the display and intricate details ensure a fathful reflection of the iconic London scene.

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A grotesque gargoyle recently discovered by the maintenance team on the Liberty Tudor rooftop has been replicated at the base of the display, while the iconic golden mayflower weathervane spins in the foreground.

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