The new Mulberry collection spring-summer 2014, presented as part of London Fashion Week, was the last for the creative director of the brand Emma Hill (EmmHill) - after spending six years at the head of the brand, the designer decided to leave her post in June this year due to disagreements with guidance. It is worth admitting that the farewell to Mulberry turned out to be very successful for Hill: combining the aesthetics of the sixties with the traditional motives of British style in her latest collection, Hill managed to create a stylish and light-weight wardrobe for summer.
The sixties combined with country is an interesting decision, and most importantly, fully in line with the latest moods on the international catwalk: at New York Fashion Week, the appeal to the sixties style became one of the key trends of the season. But not even the ensembles from the Mulberry spring-summer 2014 collection deserve special attention, but the accessories - thanks to which, in fact, the British brand has gained immense fame outside the foggy Albion. Austere and elegant square clutches, casual and business bags in a soft palette of pastel colors - this is certainly what will make the presented collection especially successful from a purely commercial point of view. And the atmosphere on the podium was diluted by the appearance of … an English bulldog in a jumpsuit with a floral print, which kept the fashion models company.