New York: Mulberry has exponentially increased their profile beyond the U.K. in recent years, growing into the kind of sought after label which garners celebrity endorsements and press-worthy collaborations. Although their bags are still the most well-known product line, the clothing also represents their customer: a well-heeled and flirtatious creative type with a taste for vintage references. For S/S 11, Mulberry brought energy to demure silhouettes and construction with pastel prints and ruffled textures, grounding the ensembles with chunky ankle boots. Reflecting the current popularity of red locks, each model wore wigs in the style of singer Florence Welch and model Karen Elson, a vibrant contrast to softer colors. Details like Peter Pan collars, paper bag waists, and bow tie blouses kept the collection youthful yet tempered with an air of sophistication.

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