An iconic, unexpected brand of Britishness. Inspired by the spirit of heritage and the attitude of rebellion.
The latest offerings from Mulberry take last season's new lease on life up a notch with refined stripes and a whole host of new covetable It bags. We’re feeling particularly partial to the squared look of the Tyndale bucket bag – a favourite since we noticed it opening the Spring/Summer 2017 runway show.
Established in Somerset, England in 1971, Mulberry is the epitome of a heritage brand. Globally recognised for its signature natural leathers and English design influences, Mulberry has Design Headquarters in London, and two flagship factories in Somerset, close to the ancient city of Bath. Inspired by the cool of the city and the craft of the English countryside, Mulberry’s bags are created from the finest leathers, made to be beautifully functional and enduringly stylish. Renowned for impeccable craftsmanship and a certain timeless style, Mulberry’s iconic bags – Alexa, Lily, Bayswater – are perennial favourites among fashion’s inner circle.