Colors: Red, yellow, army green, black and metallic
- Mulberry before and after Johnny Coca is like day and night. The Creative Director takes Mulberry in a modern direction- with an edge, says Celine Aagaard.
Last week during London Fashion Week, Mulberry debuted their summer 2017 collection. Uniforms, without uniformity. Classic, but unclassic, says Johnny Coca about the collection.
This collection draws inspiration from those uniforms of British society, but mixes and juxtaposes them, fusing them together, like two sides of the same coin.
Mulberry chose the former printing factory to some of UK's leading newspapers, the iconic Printworks, as their venue. The location reflected the collection as Mulberry showed how old news with traditional and classisc pieces could be transformed into the modern style.
- There's always a reference to British heritage, but it's about how we can use tradition, to make it feel modern. How we can break the rules, to make it new. Take a look at some of the highlights from the runway here.
Envelope by Selina Ekra Sei