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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