The North Face has brought its hardy outerwear offering to the heart of London in a new partnership with esteemed department store Liberty. The women’s only collection taps into the store’s 145-year history and presents the iconic hand-painted fabrics at the forefront of the capsule collection. Having been a part of Liberty’s identity since 1875, the distinctive print pattern has featured in fashion partnerships with the store for decades but this is the first time it has appeared in a collection from The North Face.1 of 5

Liberty x The North Face Womenswear Collection 1968 Sierra Down Jacket Collaboration Print

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Liberty x The North Face Womenswear Collection 1968 Sierra Down Jacket Collaboration Print

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Liberty x The North Face Womenswear Collection 1968 Sierra Down Jacket Collaboration Print

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Liberty x The North Face Womenswear Collection 1968 Sierra Down Jacket Collaboration Print

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Liberty x The North Face Womenswear Collection 1968 Sierra Down Jacket Collaboration Print

The range consists of five key pieces. At the forefront is the signature Sierra Down Jacket that’s based on the original, tried-and-tested design from 1968, this time carrying the aforementioned print pattern. Other pieces from the range include the Sierra Sherpa Fleece ¼ Zip, the Liberty Hoodie, and the Liberty Tee, all of which sport the print in both subtle and obvious ways. The collection also boasts an impressive range of practical, stylish accessories, including a Liberty field bag, a bucket hat, a five-panel cap and a toiletry kit.

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