Upscale women’s boutique set for Classen Curve

The selections at
Liberté are meant for on-the-clock, and off-the-clock wear. Fashionable dresses
and gowns sit next to designer jeans. A display near the entrance features
watches and a selection of purses and shoes. Keogh carries more
than 25 brands. She said many still had a vision of a frontier-like Oklahoma.
After persistence she was able to secure brands to feature in the store – those from
the United States, England, Italy and France.

“Women shouldn’t have to travel to New York, Chicago or even
Dallas to find recognized or up-and-coming designers,” Keogh said. “The absence
of large, specialty department stores combined with Midwest culture – and even
our climate – creates a niche fashion market in our state. Liberté is a place that will transcend the act of buying clothes into an
experience that enhances the unique spirit of the women who live and work in
Oklahoma. These are the exclusive fashions you find on in the best boutiques in
New York.”

New York designer Robin Brouillette will be onsite for the May
18 grand opening.

The 2,500-square-foot space was designed by HSEarchitects. It
includes an open concept with stained concrete floors, white walls, a floating
cloud ceiling and a crystal chandelier. The window display will feature LED
panels that changes to various colors.

“Liberté is timeless and sophisticated,” said Anh Weber, interior
designer at HSE. “Danielle had a vision to feature neoclassical art that
gives visual definition to the store’s namesake. Our interior design concept
intertwines neoclassical details and subtleties with a high level of
contemporary design and finishes.”

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