“I’m always kind of obsessed with movies, so we started with ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ both the original Maurice Sendak book and the Spike Jonze film,” said Mulberry’s creative director, Emma Hill, of her rugged yet luxurious collection. She used Mongolian fur, sheepskin and rabbit fur with abandon, in homage to those hirsute monsters. Coats were outstanding. They included a long parka in russet-colored lacquered viscose; a cropped jacket in long, black Mongolian fur, and a long cream sheepskin number. But in keeping with Mulberry’s eclectic aesthetic, Hill also layered her furs and chunky knits over calf-length skirts made from delicate lace, or sheepskin pencil skirts intricately beaded with gold sequins. Accessories included the new Del Rey bag, named after the singer Lana Del Rey, and a whole herd of bags that melded leather, suede and shearling.

“I’m always kind of obsessed with movies, so we started with ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ both the original Maurice Sendak book and the Spike Jonze film,” said Mulberry’s creative director, Emma Hill, of her rugged yet luxurious collection. She used Mongolian fur, sheepskin and rabbit fur with abandon, in homage to those hirsute monsters. Coats were outstanding. They included a long parka in russet-colored lacquered viscose; a cropped jacket in long, black Mongolian fur, and a long cream sheepskin number. But in keeping with Mulberry’s eclectic aesthetic, Hill also layered her furs and chunky knits over calf-length skirts made from delicate lace, or sheepskin pencil skirts intricately beaded with gold sequins. Accessories included the new Del Rey bag, named after the singer Lana Del Rey, and a whole herd of bags that melded leather, suede and shearling.

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