Continuing its 50th-anniversary celebrations, Mulberry is launching a series of joyful collaborations with three of today's most visionary designers: Priya Ahluwalia, Richard Malone and Nicholas Daley. Each of the three designers will create a capsule collection as part of Mulberry Editions, a new offering of limited-edition accessories that will drop through 2021. The line draws inspiration from the brand's iconic designs and features a list of new collaborative partners from the contemporary design community, many of whom are at the forefront of their creative fields.
Ahluwalia, Malone and Daley have each reimagined an existing Mulberry silhouette, bringing their unique design ethos into dialogue with the values that the fashion house has always cherished—progressive British craftsmanship, made-to-last design, responsible innovation and community spirit. The designs will explore what luxury sustainable craft can mean in the 21st century, putting emphasis on low impact manufacturing, innovative sourcing and product circularity.
The brand's commitment to being a global sustainability leader across the fashion industry is highlighted in their Made to Last Manifesto, which they launched during Earth Day last month. "Ahluwalia, Malone and Daley are distinct, powerful voices within contemporary British culture. We are honoured to be working with them, and excited to introduce their capsules to a global audience this year," the brand said in a statement.
I’m delighted that Mulberry is collaborating with three such talented designers, each with their own innovative design ethos and unique creative voice— Thierry Andretta, CEO of Mulberry