London - (Nakes Ass Mess): "Don't blame the Amish for this explicit filth!" is how one shopper with a dislocated eyeball put it today.
The offending exhibit at the Great Marlborough Street store's display of vintage nudity in the form of graphic patchwork quilts has drawn thousands of shoppers to the Soho site.
The Liberty's window exhibition features strangely Susan Boyle-ish naked women reclining in a variety of suggestive Kama Sutra-esque poses.
Some are embellished with provocative fetish items such as nipple tassels and chastity belts.
Others, 'slightly reminiscent of an androgenous Cheryl Cole on Class-A hallucinogens' - as one gawker described a multicoloured psychedelic confection - draw the naked eye to blatantly compromising rutting positions.
The exhibits are part of a wider display of a Victoria & Albert museum expo featuring 400 years of historic quilted filth.
"Sure takes the stuffing out of the ubiquitous British duvet," exhibition organiser Roger Willie commented.