Mulberry 50th anniversary
1971 – 2021
Mulberry celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and are launching a hand-picked collection of Mulberry’s most era-defining silhouettes – perfectly recreated in collectable, miniature sizes.
Mulberry began in 1971, founded by Roger Saul with his first collection of hand-crafted, timeless leather accessories. In the ensuing 50 years, successive creative directors have continued to champion British craft skills and a youthful, elegant aesthetic, while adding their own twist on the DNA. This collection pays tribute to the legacy of some of the brands most influential creative directors of the past two decades, from Nicholas Knightly and Emma Hill to Johnny Coca.
The Iris, Amberley, Bayswater, Bayswater Tote, Roxanne and the newly relaunched Alexa all feature in miniature forms as part of the Icon Editions. The bags are crafted from the brands signature sustainable leather, a heavy grain style responsibly sourced from environmentally accredited tanneries with a Gold rating. The collections will fondly pay homage as well as boldly breaking the rules to create something new that is beautiful, functional, and made to last.