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English style according to Mulberry at London fashion week

 

On the occasion of its spring 2017 runway show in London, the British brand Mulberry showed a new interpretation of English style under the supervision of its new A.D Johnny Coca.

Following the departure of its ex-artistic director Emma Hill, the brand Mulberry had decided to take a step back by announcing its absence from 2014 fashion week. Now gone in a new and redefined direction with the support of its designed successor, the Spanish Johnny Coca, the British label demonstrate that it is still a source of relevant proposals. Its new A.D, after a few years spent working in the accessory department at Louis Vuitton and Céline, unveiled a Spring 2017 collection thought around reinvented basics by playing with volumes and prints. A contemporary and androgynous reinterpretation of the Mulberry look, accessorized with highly desirable voluminous handbags.

 

 

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