Apart from the Wedgewood invitations and a certain Cara Delevingne opening the show, Mulberry was always going to be one the most anticipated of the week.
And it certainly proved that this afternoon, when the collection went off.
Distinctive Mulberry designs that women always desire to wear in the Spring/Summer were noticeable as the models emerged from backstage.
Textured floral patterns was the main look in the collection, appearing on the dresses, the blazer coats, the bottoms and even on a coat for the mascot dog (yes, they had a dog!)
The pastel colours of the transparent dresses were a highlight in the collection, flashing just a little flesh, but leaving enough to the imagination and not giving it a trashy look. Keeping it classy and sophisticated certainly paid off in this collection, as I’m sure many women will be rushing to get their hands on the outfits when they are available. (I would be if I was a woman!)
Each of the models sported the hugely popular signature bags which most people flock to buy from the shelves. They finished the look off perfectly and kept it ‘strictly Mulberry’.
This collection glows with glamour and luxury, showing off the femininity of the designer brand and making this a true spectacle of the week.