HITTING THE PAWS BUTTON: The front row at Mulberry’s first show on Sunday may have been stacked with celebrities, including Kirsten Dunst, Gemma Arterton, Rebecca Hall and Rosamund Pike. But they were quickly forgotten when the second front-row crew marched in for show number two, and began posing for the cameras dressed in Mulberry clothing.
Nancy, Edie, Butters, and Guinness were among the canine guests. Guinness, a Burmese mountain dog, even had his own Mulberry shoulder bag. “We have designated seating sections: Key buyers, U.S. editors, kids and dogs. It’s very English,” explained Mulberry creative director Emma Hill.