Firmly established as a quintessential British brand, Mulberry once again delivers with a Spring Summer 2014 campaign inspired by English country gardens and quaint tea parties – a theme that we first saw at the brand’s London Fashion Week show.
Choosing 18th-century Shotover House as the traditional setting for a rather untraditional meeting of guests, Cara Delevigne, in her second campaign for Mulberry, befriends a host of feathery and furry characters, including a toucan, a pony and a Great Dane. Shot by Tim Walker and styled by Edward Enninful, Delevigne is transported into a charming, picturesque vision of Spring, accessorized with some of Mulberry’s most-loved styles, revived for the season.
Making an appearance in the whimsical scene is the iconic Bayswater, updated with fiery red stripes, the Kensal shoulder bag and the Lily. Accessories are styled with the ready-to- wear collection defined by floral jacquards, embellishment and a fresh, bright colour palette.
Anne-Marie Verdin, Brand Director, said of the campaign, “Tim Walker’s vision gives a romantic, literary and very British feel to the Mulberry brand and Cara has more spirit, true beauty and warmth than you could ever hope for.”