The 50s-inspired collection started off with several clean, crisp white knee-length dresses paired with white lace-up boots.
After the third or fourth dress we started to believe this was going to be an all-white purity collection before models took to the runway wearing paisley and gingham prints, plus we saw a selection of black, green and yellow looks.
This minimal, modern collection presented lean pant suits, layered separates, shift dresses, shorts paired with tailored blazers, graphic knit sweaters paired with full white skirts, and short-sleeve shirts paired with fluid organza skirts.
Shirt-dress-inspired gowns, which could work as wedding gowns, closed the show.
Key accessories included veiled beanie hats, bags and clutches, plus chunky heel pumps in a range of colours and patent ankle boots.
Erickson Beamon teamed up with designer Raf Simons to create the crystal earrings. They also created jewelled brooches which were added to dresses to provide an elegant finishing touch.
Front Row: Anna Dello Russo and all the top editors
Kristen Stewart and Kate Moss were front row at the 10am Mulberry show which I attended yesterday. It was so cute to see the young star and supermodel deep in conversation like they were old friends.
Kristen Stewart: The actress is currently in the UK shooting a new movie. She opted to wear a summery Mulberry ‘Neely’ Resort 2012 striped dress with a striped belt. I love the dress, but I wish she’d worn the same heels as the model instead of these midnight blue Mulberry ‘Braided’ booties. I get why she picked these boots as they work with her style.
Kate Moss: The super breezed in wearing a double denim Mulberry Resort 2012 look. The jury is still out on whether I like double denim, but both Kate and Charlize Theron know how to rock it. I found Kate to be very charming.
Olivia Palermo: The front row London Fashion Week regular also wore a look from the Mulberry Resort 2012 collection. Her fuchsia pink metallic top was paired with Hudson Nico skinny jeans, Mulberry bow front pumps and a Mulberry ‘Harriet’ clutch from the Resort 2012 collection.
Anna Dello Russo: The Street Style photographers favourite wore a floral Jil Sander Fall 2011 dress to which she added an orange belt. She also added black pointy ankle boots, but she’s forgiven as she carried a gorgeous yellow Bottega Veneta clutch plus a Gucci snake-skin tote.