Starbucks features festive floral pairing of Liberty London Fabrics and S’well bottles

Starbucks is adding a fashionable gift to its holiday collection this year. Starting Nov. 21, customers can purchase the limited-edition Liberty Fabrics & S’well bottles, featuring beloved iconic prints by renowned luxury design house and retailer Liberty London Fabrics. The stylish bottles will be available exclusively at Starbucks stores in the United States, Canada and select markets abroad this holiday season.

The 17-ounce stainless-steel bottles keep drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12 hours. Each of the designs in the collection features a Liberty London Fabrics print that brings together harmonious mixtures of florals, adding an artistic flair to the reusable beverage containers.

Choose from six designs:


This print, sprinkled with dainty Liberty blooms, was derived from an archive group of prints from 1966 that was based on Victorian florals.


This midnight blue backdrop and light blue paisley pattern was designed in 2001, inspired by ancient calligraphy.

D’Anjo Noir

The soft pink and blue blossoms against a black backdrop update a Liberty fabric from the 1930s.

Edenham Coral

An archive print in 1994 inspired the pastel blossoms and green leaves on a crisp white backdrop – part of the classic Liberty collection.


This print borrows the natural imagery of Boticelli’s “Primavera,” highlighting themes of birth and renewal with baby blooms in peach, pink and blue.

D’Anjo Rouge (only available in Asia)

With soft pink and blue blooms against a bright red backdrop, this modern, happy print is based on a Liberty fabric from the 1930s.

“Part of what makes S’well so special is the fact that we collaborate with inspiring partners like Starbucks and Liberty London Fabrics,” said Sarah Kauss, founder and CEO of S’well. “Like S'well, Liberty London Fabrics is committed to creating uniquely designed, impeccably made products, and these specially-selected fabric designs look absolutely amazing on our bottles."

S’well serves as an exceptional canvas for Liberty London Fabrics’ famed designs, said Sarah Halsall, managing director of Liberty London Fabrics. “Our goal was to create something really fresh which we achieved using some of our favorite prints to complement S’well’s unique silhouette,” she said.

The bottles are also available in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan.

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