As a child, my family spent several years living in the England. Those were influential years, molding my unique sense of style and appreciation for decidedly English treasures, classics like tea, and jam, and Harrods. The legendary department store in London’s Knightsbridge neighborhood was right around the corner from our first home in the U.K. As a little girl, my mother would often take my sisters and me shopping there. Dressed in matching frocks, we would purchase groceries and treats in Harrod’s confectionery on the lower level, famed for its decadent spoils for adults and children alike. Soon enough we’d make our way upstairs to indulge our eyes in prim English dresses that, much like the pastries downstairs, were as much art as they were apparel. The enchanting Liberty of London prints were a collective favorite; lovely florals that, for years back on the other side of the pond, would remind me of the English garden where we would play. Liberty of London remains as luxurious today as it was all those years ago, an English tradition of art and elegance.