“It was all about my memories of the English seaside as a kid in the Seventies. We sat on the beach with [raincoats] over our swimming costumes, and ate fish and chips,” said Emma Hill, Mulberry’s creative director, of her colorful collection that was packed with knitwear, bright prints and embellishment. Feather-light sweaters and ribbed leggings came in ice cream shades such as pink, yellow and pistachio, while dresses long and short were pavéd with zebra and leopard patterns. Hill channeled the same playful spirit for more formal looks such as skirt suits and cocktail dresses, decorating the former with fabric flowers and stars, and the latter with chunky crystals and beads that sparkled under the spotlights.

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