Each season Mulberry present us a new must-have bag–and this summer is no exception. The latest design is none other than the ”Tessie”–one classic and convenient bag, referring to the classic Mulberry of the 70s, which was inspired by the British countryside. In four different shapes (tote, clutch, satchel or hobo) and colors, ”Tessie” has been listed in our desires as it can complement exemplary our urban looks.
Mulberry does not stop to renew, always maintaining the classic line. Following the announcement of the cooperation of the house in London Fashion Week, designing one bag inspired by Cara Delevingne, the British luxury label has unveiled the next top creation for this Spring. The Kensal.
This incredibly chic handbag worn crosswise is the answer of the house to every woman with styles that wished the ultimate bag to be able to combine the practical with the chic. A classic and minimalist leather envelope bag with two sides made its appearance, satisfying our prayers. Comes in deep orange, blue, gray, red, off-white and black–on plain leather and suede or saffiano.
Mulberry this February will be absent from the London fashion week, as the company remains without artistic director, following the departure of designer, Emma Hill, last June, which was in that position for six years. The brand has told WWD that since the search continues for Hill’s replacement, it “will therefore exceptionally not stage a catwalk show this February.” This was tempered with the news that Mulberry will “definitely be participating in London Fashion Week and details of this will be released in the near future.”
The collection from Mulberry, especially the bags will be presented in the context of exhibitions, as part of London Fashion Week, although generally, the absence will be more than noticeable.
Among the finalists for the position are the Erdem Moralioglu, Roland Mouret, Mary Katrantzou and Sophie Hulme.