Oct 16, 2018 | By Nigel Taylor
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A FLORAL CONVERSATION
London: Mulberry’s Creative Director Emma Hill went monochrome for S/S 13, but the effect was warm rather than harsh or modern, opening on smoothly rich capes and even a relaxed-fit sweatshirt cut from caramel leather. The collection quickly expanded into head-to-toe feminine pastels and added interest to basic 60s silhouettes with playful cartoonish pop-art florals inspired by a traditional English garden. Whether printed or solid, coats and jackets were Mulberry’s standout must-haves for Spring, particularly motorcycle styles stamped with conversational alligator graphics or stitched with retro floral appliqué. Accessorized with the brand’s must-have bags, this time focused on a structured smooth-leather shopper, the presentation cherry-picked the best of Mulberry’s heritage for the runway, while remaining reliably youthful and optimistic.—Nina Stotler
Silhouette: A-line / Lean & relaxed / Rounded / Boxy
Color: Warm camel / Metallic peach / Caramel / White / Princess pink / Lavender / Milky tangerine / Navy / Mint / Black
Key Items: Leather capes / Wide leg trousers / Leather sweatshirts / Printed tuxedo jackets / Motorcycle jackets / Chiffon slip dresses / Sharp suiting
Materials: Smooth leather / Brocade / Satin / Silk / Marled linen / Chiffon / Jacquard
Print + Pattern: Cartoonish pop-art florals / Miniature florals / Conversationals
Details + Trim: Floral contrast buttons / Contrast trim / Gathering / Elasticized cuffs / Three-quarter sleeves / Hook and eye closures / Unfinished hems / Scalloped paillettes / Windsor collars / Appliqué
Accessories + Footwear: Harness ankle boots & sandals / Smooth leather shopper bags / Crocodile clutches / Printed doctor bags / Structured totes / Chain-strap shoulder bags / Satchels
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