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Insulated water bottle with Liberty of London prints.

New York design company S'well has taken the insulated bottle market and tipped it upside down! Sexiness and insulated thermo bottles are not typically used in the same breath, until now. Designed for performance, S'well thermo bottles will keep cold drinks cold for 24 hours and hot ones hot for 12 - and they look great while they do it.

  • Keeps drinks cold for 24 hours, hot for 12
  • 18/8 stainless steel, non-toxic, non-leaching and BPA free
  • Fits in standard sized cup holder
  • Water won't bead on outside: hands, bags and papers stay blissfully dry
  • Mouth is wide enough for ice cubes and drip-free sipping
  • Polished enough for the office, tough enough for any adventure
  • S’well has teamed up with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to help provide clean drinking water to children around the world

S'Well: Liberty Collection - 500ml Drift

AU$59.95Price
  • Capacity: 17oz/500ml
    Material: 18/8 double-walled stainless steel, non-toxic, non-leaching and BPA free
    Dimensions: 25cm x 6.7cm base diameter

  • S’well has joined forces with Liberty London to create limited-edition bottles that utilize original prints from the famed Liberty Fabrics archive, drawing upon the dainty florals and pristine paisley patterns Liberty is known for. We were thrilled to merge S’well’s sleek design sensibility with Liberty classic-meets-eclectic spirit, and to fold Liberty’s recognizable designs and deep history into the S’well story.

    The Rich History of Liberty London
    In 1875, inspired by the aesthetic of the far east and on a mission to change the standards of English décor, Arthur Lasenby Liberty opened an oriental imports business with just £2000, borrowed from his father-in-law. Liberty’s vision—especially in the textiles department—quickly caught on, and soon Liberty decided to start printing coveted fabrics at home in England. Shoppers couldn’t get enough, and the “Made in England” fabrics took on an identity all their own, rooted in the ever-popular florals Liberty started to make in the 1920’s. Over decades, the world’s top designers have been continually inspired by the recognizable prints, and the Regent Street shop still encompasses six floors of fashion, beauty and homeware that attracts Londoners and global visitors alike.

    About this bottle: Originally designed as part of the Castaway SS17 Liberty collection, Drift features delicate paisley fish swimming in an energetic swirl of color.