Ronnie Wood x Liberty Of London

Ronnie Wood x Liberty Of London

Liberty of London called on the artistic talents of Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood for their latest line.

Laura Feinstein
  • 24 september 2009

Arguably, there’s almost nothing more English and representative of classic rock and roll culture than the Rolling Stones. It should seem fitting then, that Liberty of London, when commissioning an illustrator for a new line of graffiti T-shirts, paint-shod hold alls and floral-clad, racer-back dresses, would seek out Stone Ronnie Wood (known also for his impressionist pop-art paintings) for the graphics. The unique pieces, which are designed by Liberty’s creative director, Tamara Salman, are fashioned with the Stone’s early modish aesthetic in mind, and include exclusive images of Wood in the campaign.

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