Classic meets modern as Black Sheep and Liberty Fabrics come together to create a capsule infused with over 150 years of British culture. Timeless floral styles collide with cutting-edge apparel technology.

Exclusive First Look in Select Retailers from Saturday 23rd July.
Online from Wednesday 27th July.

The Liberty Collection celebrates the old and embraces the new, in all its forms, taking unmistakably classic floral patterns and applying them to an all-new Liberty active fabric; Lingfield Active. Exceptionally soft for that luxurious feel, a weight perfect for year-round riding and a firm fit with a little more give.

Our models wear Essentials Jersey in Liberty Tapestry paired with Navy Essentials Bibs.

Iconic meets Innovative. Introducing our new Cycling Hijab and Sun-Safe Long Sleeve Jerseys.

More people than ever are riding bikes, from different places, backgrounds and faiths. They bring with them different needs and a fresh take on the sport we love so much. Creating apparel that appeals to everyone isn’t a way of sitting on the fence – quite the contrary. For Black Sheep it’s about enabling more people. In more places. To get out and enjoy a life on the bike.

The Liberty Collection sees the introduction of all-new sun protective garments designed for hotter climates, or where you just need a bit more coverage.

Our models wear Essentials Long Sleeve, Essentials Hijab in Liberty Annie and Essentials Jersey in Liberty Tapestry.

“I was determined not to follow existing
fashions but to create new ones.”
– Arthur Lasenby Liberty.

Our models wear Essentials Jersey in Liberty Tapestry and Essentials Long Sleeve in Liberty Annie.

Arthur founded Liberty of London in 1875 as a place to find the most luxurious, exotic and modern fabrics from all around the world in one place. He envisaged it feeling like being on a ship, ladened with exquisite treasures from all seven seas right in the heart of London. No surprise then that the unmistakable oak-panelled interiors were taken from two old navy vessels. Today, Liberty is still one of London’s true landmarks. A department store and fabric house that has remained at the heart of British style since it first opened its doors all those years ago.

Liberty has sat with a watchful eye over the crossroads of British culture, and counterculture. They have witnessed every ebb and flow of fashion play out on its doorstep. They say form is temporary, class is permanent. The famous frontage has been at the forefront of Swinging London, seen Mods fight Rockers, Skinheads rub shoulders with Punks and New Romantics give way to the streetwear of the modern-day. That area has seen many tribes come and go, but one thing remained constant. Liberty of London.

While Liberty of London maybe a legendary department store, Liberty Fabrics is a true innovator in its own right. An archive of 50,000 patterns that have brought new styles to British shores, utilised sumptuous silks or versatile cottons they are a byword for class, elegance and of course, floral prints.

These patterns have become truly timeless. And while some of you may think that doesn’t sound too much like men’s fashion, there’s always been a place for flowers in the confident, male wardrobe. Especially where Black Sheep is concerned – fans of our early work will know that only too well.