Mulberry took William Morris’ words – ‘have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful’ – quite literally for AW15. Inspired by old English houses and the way people have lived through the decades, the catwalk collection borrowed references from Georgian interiors, Rococo and Neoclassical design elements of architects like John Soane. Filigree motifs made their way across feminine fit-and-flare dresses and cocoon coats, while wallpaper-inspired prints took centre stage on silky separates and jumpsuits. Further alluding to British heritage with checked capes and tartan motifs, the collection proved the perfect partner to a covetable bag line-up that included mini croc bucket bags, glossy calf hair totes and the signature Bayswater updated in croc-print caramel leather.
Who we saw: Stylist Martha Ward and Coco’s Tea Party blogger, Ella Gregory.
In a nutshell: Stately home chic.
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