Born in Somerset, England in 1971, Mulberry has been a champion of progressive British heritage for almost 50 years. In this time, it has become inextricably linked to a tradition of craftsmanship and intelligent creativity.
As the largest manufacturer of luxury leather goods in the UK, Mulberry has created some of fashion’s most iconic handbags. Styles from the signature Bayswater to the newcomer Amberley have quickly achieved modern classic status. Today, Mulberry continues a legacy of manufacturing expertise combined with fashion-forward but functional pieces. Designed for modern, everyday lives, the collections represent the versatility and complexity of contemporary Britishness. Borrowing from the archives and British traditions, they reinvent the past to create something timeless: it speaks of the now, but will remain relevant into the future.
"Play with the classic, twist the conventional, use the familiar to make something inspiring and new." – Johnny Coca, Mulberry Creative Director.
Mulberry is excited to introduce their first eyewear collection in partnership with DeRigo. The brand is taking an aesthetic sojourn to the sixties for their Spring Summer ’19 collection, and both the sunglasses and prescription frames reflect the iconic styles of this era, infused with Mulberry’s playful heritage. Timeless colours are joined by seasonal shades of Hibiscus Red, Sorbet Pink and Dark Olive to form a versatile collection with a distinctly British personality.
“Collecting and designing sunglasses is one of my personal passions, so it has been a pleasure for me to develop them as a new key category for Mulberry. I love working creatively with structures, silhouettes and lenses to build different styles with an attitude and a persona all of their own. They’re timeless, unisex pieces that become an essential part of everyday life; the final flourish that completes your look for the day.”
– Johnny Coca, Mulberry Creative Director.