Oeps! I hope I am not interrupting Cara Delevingne. She has organized a splendid tea party and decorated with the charm of the English tradition. And of course; blended with Mulberry creativities. Meet her little friends; Parson Jack Russel, A Patterdale Terrier, Ms. Pelican, Cute little pony and two talk-too-much cockatoos.
Background inspired by the eighteenth century in a beautiful English country house, so amazing that flowers started to grow all over the house. Perhaps it’s just a garden house.
Now like always, you can’t start a Mulberry ad campaign without the iconic Bayswater. For the Spring Summer 2014 collection, marry it with an innocent white dress and a pair of high-heels Sandals.
A new summer means new colors; here is a first look at the new orange Bayswater tote bag. And don’t miss the Kensal boxy clutch in small size, carried by Cara and wearing a pretty floral coat.
This is the Mulberry Bags Quality Replica Spring Summer 2014 ad campaign featuring Cara Delevingne. The new collection will be available soon.
Hopefully, the latter will be combined shortly.Word on the road is that there might finally be some fantastic news in the pipeline for Mulberry. The fighting British manufacturer, which has been with no creative director since fan-favorite Emma Hill left over conflicts with former CEO Bruno Guillon, is reportedly eying Johnny Coca, mind of accessories layout at handbag wunderkind Céline.Coca’s been at Céline since 2009, and at that time, he’s overseen the design of handbags and shoes which have started countless tendencies, from flared gussets to slip-on skate sneakers. He has done it at the shadow of Phoebe Philo, though, and a mid century, handbag-reliant brand like Mulberry are a great spot for someone in Coca’s place to select the spotlight. Anouck Duranteau-Loeper, his colleague in Céline, abandoned for Paco Robanne late last year.No matter what the bags ended up seeming like, such a transfer would surely reinvigorate Mulberry; not only would it be a bright spot where to build PR momentum, but it would ignite consumer interest in a manner that few other hires might. Céline’s bags fly off shelves, even though it’s been a couple seasons because the brand introduced a bonafide hit, and Mulberry has lots of fans remaining who would be thrilled to see the return to form.According to Vogue UK, Blue Farrier, who recently left her post at Issa, also Hannah MacGibbon, who helmed Chloé before current creative director Clare Waight Keller, are also on the short list of possible contendors behind Coca. It’s uncertain if Farrier gets the accessories acumen that will be mandatory at a new like Mulberry, although MacGibbon’s tenure at Chloé did include several popular and rewarding bags, such as the Paraty and Marcy.