Totting up some 45,000 print iterations that date back to Victorian times, Liberty London’s sprawling archive is any designer’s dream playground.

Yves Saint Laurent, Vivienne Westwood and Loewe are among the scores of fashion houses and individuals to tap the worldly treasure trove over the decades; meanwhile, last month saw paisley aficionado Florence Welch (of Florence and The Machine) dive in to pinch patterns for her Limited Edition sleepwear collection.

Now, designer du jourRichard Quinn – looking to floral prints from the 1960s, 70s and 90s (the Hydra, Dahlia, Carline, Ellen, Daisy and Phlox to be precise) – is partnering with the storied department store on a collection of 30 Limited Edition accessories including totes, purses, key-rings and more.

Quinn is no stranger to Liberty London motifs. His celebrated Graduate Collection, a store-hosted SS18 collection and the most recent FW18 offering (y’know, the one that THE QUEEN! rocked up to) have all boasted the trope of subverting acid floral motifs – and this collaboration follows suit, splicing and reworking bold blooms for a look that’s far from reserved to Spring/Summer alone…

Go big on bloomin’ marvellous clashing prints. Click here to be the first to shop the Richard Quinn x Liberty London collection.

In case you missed it, read our interview with Richard Quinn.