A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Calm down, “Star Wars” geeks, we’re so not going there. Instead, we’re taking a closer look at galaxy prints, which are seriously out-of-this-world. In 2011, Christopher Kane made a major mark on collective fashion minds when he presented his 2011 (continued…)
When Ralph Lauren revealed his design for the Olympic American Opening Ceremony uniforms, the new look was criticized for being a bit too French prepster meets weekend get together in the Hamptons. But even more surprising—the US uniforms weren’t made in the U.S., which ultimately opened the door to scrutiny (continued…)
English luxury brand Mulberry and American model Lindsey Wixson teamed up to create a Fairytale-inspired Fall 2012 ad campaign to showcase a collection of fur and tweed ensembles. During their AW 2012 runway presentation, large creature cutouts from the children’s book, “Where the Wild Things Are” adorned the runway, and (continued…)
The Mulberry Del Ray just got a delicious new best friend. The UK-based fashion house recently released a new line of bags which are part of their new “Cookie” collection. The collection takes Mulberry classic designs, such as the Lily and Bayswater, and turns them into sweet creations with a (continued…)
Mulberry’s newest muse, sultry singer and model Lana del Rey is the latest starlet since Alexa Chung to have a Mulberry handbag named after her. The aptly named “Del Rey” is a medium-sized duffle with a front flap and rounded silhouette reminiscent of 1950s styles. The bag, which starts at (continued…)
Photo Credit: Courtesy of London Fashion Week / Catwalking.com Mulberry Creative Director Emma Hill stated that “the countryside” and the wild inspired the luxurious and multi-textured Mulberry Autumn/Winter 2012 collection. Large creature cutouts from the children’s book, “Where the Wild Things Are” adorned the runway like beastly bodyguards as models (continued…)
Mulberry’s latest ad campaign for spring is romantically pink, pig and all. The brand’s Spring 2011 ad campaign is inspired by Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel The Secret Garden and is photographed by Tim Walker. Take a peek!