By  on December 6, 2019

LONDON — For Mulberry chief executive officer Thierry Andretta, Mulberry has always had sustainability at its core: It produces around 50 percent of its collections in its Somerset, England, factories, offers a warranty for customers who send back their bags for repair, even after 25 years, while the dedicated repairs team keeps spare bag parts for up to 20 years to ensure it can work efficiently.

Now the British label is ready to make a bolder statement and communicate its efforts more loudly, with the launch of the Portobello tote, its first, fully sustainable bag.

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