Runway Report: Mulberry Fall 2015

Inspired by Britain’s great Georgian manor houses, autumn/winter 2015 gave the Mulberry design team the opportunity to showcase their infamous craftsmanship at dizzyingly decorative heights.

The traditional filigree of the era informed all-over prints in autumnal tones, seen in patchwork variations on silk scarves and separates including a panelled fishtail skirt. The motif was also seen outsize, adorning a voluminous blush pink wool coat and long-sleeved tunic dress. Most lust-worthy though was the ivory boucle coat, with the design painted to give a 3D effect.

The latest bag, the Roxette, was also unveiled and added to the brand’s covetable rosta – this one comes in croc print, calf hair or shearling.

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