Mulberry marks 50th anniversary with newgen collaborations

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Photo credit: Ki Price - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ki Price - Getty Images

Heritage British brand Mulberry is this year celebrating its 50th anniversary – and is kicking off the landmark moment with a number of exciting collaborations with some of the country's most interesting new-generation designers.

The brand has teamed up with Priya Ahluwalia, Richard Malone and Nicholas Daley on the project, which will see each designer collaborate on a capsule as part of Mulberry Editions, a collection of limited-edition accessories that will drop throughout the anniversary year.

Photo credit: Courtesy of Mulberry
Photo credit: Courtesy of Mulberry

The designers have each re-imagined an existing Mulberry silhouette, bringing their trademark aesthetic into the new design.

Each also explores what luxury sustainable craft can mean in the 21st century, with an emphasis on low-impact manufacturing, innovative sourcing and product circularity.

"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 said. "It has been a pleasure to work with each of them, and to share Mulberry’s passion for innovation, craft and sustainability."

The first of the Mulberry Editions collaborations will drop this June with Ahluwalia's designs. Malone's will be available from September, while Daley's will be released in November. For more information on the collection, check out the Mulberry website here.

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