Mulberry-clad, front-row mavens all gathered on Sunday to see the label’s Spring 2014 collection at Claridges Hotel during London Fashion Week in England.
Alexa Chung: The DJ donned a conservative Mulberry dropped-waist, white button-down dress, accessorized with a black sweater of her shoulders, along with ‘Lizzie’ black wedges and an olive ‘Alexa’ bag, all from the Spring 2014 collection.
Brit Marling: A sporty-chic Brit posed in a black biker jacket, dotty blouse and the ‘Lizzie’ pencil skirt, matched with the same ‘Lizzie’ black shoes worn by Alexa, which all hailed from Spring 2014. The polished white ‘Suffolk’ handbag, also from Spring 2014, as well as long blonde waves, finished the look with an air of sophistication.
Lea Seydoux: The French actress was also decked in the Spring 2014 collection, with her black ‘Betsey’ coat, the ‘School’ ballet-pink printed shirt and ‘Lizzie’ ballet-pink skirt, paired with pumps and the oversized ‘Clemmie’ clutch in a matching blush-nude shade. Nearly nude makeup and a simple centre-parted bob completed the look.
Rebecca Hall: Also in a Mulberry Spring 2014 ensemble, the British actress pulled off satin-grey ‘Emmie’ frock. She downplayed the dress with an oversized black peacoat and grey loafers, whilst carrying the ‘Willow’ handbag in slate grey. The envelope clutch was so big, it was more like a package, though.
Juno Temple: Picking out an ‘Emmie’ blouse in a polka petal print, the British starlet carried the ‘Primrose’ tote in three-tone leather, both of which came from the Spring 2014 collection, whilst her midnight-blue loafers were from Fall 2013. The styling failed this casual look—from the mussed-up ’do to the deluge of trivial jewelry.
Who had your favourite Mulberry moment? Brit boasted the best outing for me, for her classic cool-girl edge.
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