The tradition and essence of Mulberry are classic British style. The original inspiration was derived from the British idyllic style (hunting, shooting, fishing), and the Mulberry signature style called the “English style” in 1975. Today, this concept still gives us inspiration. Between the city and the idyllic, the quiet of Somerset and the fast pace of London, Mulberry combines the pure traditional crafts with the innovative fashion elements. The combination of tradition and unruly – breaking the stereotypes and bringing forth new ideas.
Over the past forty years, Mulberry has always been a leading British lifestyle brand and enjoys a world-wide reputation for its quality and design. Mulberry handbags, Trout Academy bags, Bayswater and Alexa bags have become contemporary classics and models of British design and manufacture. Roger Saul’s successor, the design and creative director of the Nicholas Knightly, Stuart Vevers, Emma Hill and the 2015 successor Johnny Coca, everyone in the Mulberry brand of their own imprint, constantly re deduce the essence of the brand, and style trend.
Today, Mulberry interprets traditional classics with a unique perspective and focuses on the cultural contrast of great British characteristics. It is interpreted by a new perspective by reviewing past designs and rich English traditions. Rededuce traditional classics with modern essence. Traditional and modern, classic and novel.