Mulberry launches the Amberley bag

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Mulberry has launched their latest bag design – the Amberley, which was introduced in the autumn winter 2017 collection at London Fashion Week.

The bag is named after Amberley Castle, a 12th century castle in Sussex. Inspired by the original Mulberry Trout and Poacher bags of the ‘70s, the new design is quintessentially British and reminiscent of the leather goods used in horse-riding and other countryside pursuits.

Features of the range include equestrian-tinged stitching, quilting details, raw-edged construction, saddlery leathers, and the rider’s lock – inspired by the original postman’s lock, and reminiscent of riding hardware such as horse bits and bridles.

The Amberley bag comes in five different versions – the original Amberley, the Satchel, the Small Satchel, the Mini Satchel, and the Hobo.

There is also a range of colours to choose from, echoing the palette of the autumn winter 2017 collection. Colour options include Rust, Castle Blue, Dark Amethyst, Oak, Oxblood, Clay, and Black, in leather textures including natural, snakeskin, and croc print.

Prices for the new bag range from £895 for the Amberley Satchel in classic leather to £1,350 for the Amberley in Cream, Black and Crimson snakeskin and smooth calf leather.

The bags are available now from and selected retailers.

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