For its first collection since creative director Emma Hill departed the house, Mulberry’s pre-fall took cues from Charlotte Rampling’s boy-meets-girl style and the minimalist mood of the Nineties. Standout pieces included a sleek black tuxedo suit with wide, structured lapels, an oversize leather-and-sheepskin car coat and silk sateen pinstripe blouses based on a man’s dress shirt. The design team also played with traditionally British fabrics and techniques — an oversize down jacket was worked in muted gray flannel and textured Arran patterns were knit into baggy sweaters with asymmetric hems.

For its first collection since creative director Emma Hill departed the house, Mulberry’s pre-fall took cues from Charlotte Rampling’s boy-meets-girl style and the minimalist mood of the Nineties. Standout pieces included a sleek black tuxedo suit with wide, structured lapels, an oversize leather-and-sheepskin car coat and silk sateen pinstripe blouses based on a man’s dress shirt. The design team also played with traditionally British fabrics and techniques — an oversize down jacket was worked in muted gray flannel and textured Arran patterns were knit into baggy sweaters with asymmetric hems.

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