The Spring 2014 runway show for Mulberry marked the last for creative director Emma Hill, who presented her final collection after six years helming the brand. And, with it, she pulled out all the stops. First, there was Cara Delevingne kicking off the show (with her first London Fashion Week walk of the season), and then there was Turbo, the label's British bulldog, wearing a floral overcoat. And, of course, there were the many contenders for It-bag status, namely the reversible clutches that have made Mulberry a household name in the UK. (If you haven't envied the Bayswater or the Alexa, the handbag named for Alexa Chung, you better do a Google Images search, stat.) We already miss Hill's quirky-cool aesthetic — this time with loose-fitting '60s-style shift dresses in fun textured florals — and wish her well on her next adventure.
Mulberry Spring 2014
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