Tech21 Unveils Exclusive Collaboration with Liberty London

We are pleased to announce an exclusive new collaboration with Liberty London, the famed London retailer known for its iconic prints.  Designed in London, the collaboration marries directional print design with advanced protection for your mobile device.

The new tech21xLiberty London range features ten different print designs available across three product styles: Evo Luxe, Pure Print and Pure Design.  All three styles contain high-performing impact materials unique to tech21 which absorb impact energy, protecting the device inside drop after drop.

Famed for its original curation, directional design and celebration of craftsmanship, Liberty London was the perfect partner for us to collaborate with on a product range which delivers distinctive patterns and design paired with our unmatched protection technology.

Evo Luxe Elysian Paradise. Based on an original hand-painted furnishing design, Elysian Paradise sets tropical birds among blossom branches and chrysanthemums to create an exotic floral.

Evo Luxe Francis. Influenced by the Renaissance movement, Francis takes inspiration from the feathers and peacocks abundant in Liberty prints in the late 1880s.

Evo Luxe Marham. With its dynamic composition and use of colour, Marham is an intricate French paisley created by Liberty in 1962.

Evo Luxe Iphis. Iphis is a nine-flower stylised silhouette which acts as a signature motif across the Liberty London accessories collection. *Available exclusively at Liberty London.

Evo Luxe Azelia.  With trailing leaves weaving amongst bold flowers, the Azelia print is a modern reworking of a distinctive Art Nouveau floral unearthed from the Liberty archive.

Pure Print Prunella.  Originally designed in 1965, Prunella uses morning glories, chrysanthemums and roses to create beautiful clusters of Asian-inspired florals. *Available exclusively at Liberty London.

Pure Print Margot.  Originally designed in the 1820s, Margot is a Persian-style paisley which uses the intertwining flowers and leaves from a pine tree to form a delicate boteh motif.

Pure Print Christelle.  Featured in the early 1990s Liberty collections, Christelle was inspired by traditional Indian chintz florals which were brought to Europe in the 17th century.

Pure Print Arundel.  A newer design from the 45,000-print archive, Arundel, designed in 2007, uses delicate lines to form a decorative floral paisley pattern.

Pure Design Grosvenor.  Inspired by a 1968 paisley floral, Grosvenor features large trails of Central Asian-style paisley leaves, linked by small flowers and arranged in garland-like shapes.

All designs are available for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR.  Shop the new range at and