Emma Hill’s pre-fall inspiration was the English countryside, so the Mulberry creative director took her girl through a woodlands adventure and added a quirky take on classics. Prints looked to nature with motifs that ranged from feathers and roses to leopard spots and a friendly, whimsical fox face. Hill also was influenced by the Seventies, showing smart yet playful suits, fresh culottes and delicately pleated dresses. But Hill’s strongest looks were the classic outerwear, from toggle coats to trenches, as well as feminine dresses paired with cool knits.

Emma Hill’s pre-fall inspiration was the English countryside, so the Mulberry creative director took her girl through a woodlands adventure and added a quirky take on classics. Prints looked to nature with motifs that ranged from feathers and roses to leopard spots and a friendly, whimsical fox face. Hill also was influenced by the Seventies, showing smart yet playful suits, fresh culottes and delicately pleated dresses. But Hill’s strongest looks were the classic outerwear, from toggle coats to trenches, as well as feminine dresses paired with cool knits.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus