Mulberry Spring Summer 2013 Collection

Mulberry Spring Summer Campaign model wears green dress and coat with toteThis season, Mulberry Spring Summer collection launches with a stunning underwater inspired campaign. 

Last season Mulberry delighted us with a whimsical woodland campaign full of autumnal shades, warm winter textures and even a giant yeti prop. The iconic British brand are back this season with an equally as impressive shoot, shot by the same photographer, Tim Walker.

Known for his fashion fantasy, surrealist shoots; Tim Walker’s latest Mulberry SS13 campaign is an underwater inspired affair. Shimmering mermaid shades, water bubbles and giant coral reefs set the backdrop for a strong Spring Summer collection.

As always, bags are at the heart of the Mulberry collection with roomy totes and ladylike shoulder bags as standout pieces. The Mulberry ‘Willow’ tote has been reworked in vibrant pistachio green and provides the perfect place for transporting your everyday essentials from laptop to makeup bag. Meanwhile, the ladylike ‘Cecily’ shoulder bag has been revamped in a feminine pinky nude – a shade that screams ‘spring’.

The bags balance aesthetics and practicality perfectly, and even though they come in statement sugar almond shades they’ve got lasting appeal and are certainly investment buys.

Mulberry’s SS13 bags are paired against a collection of sharp tailored trousers suits in stunning 70s inspired prints, ladylike dress coats that wouldn’t look out of place slung on the shoulders of Jackie Onassis and elegantly draped capes in timeless tan.

The dreamy shades continue through the catwalk collection. Whether it’s head-to-toe pistachio green tweed or rose petal pink leather – the key to Mulberry’s Spring Summer looks is matchy-matchy colour.

Mulberry’s Spring Summer collection is already available online and it’s sure to be one of the biggest hits of the season.

To find out more about the work of fashion photographer Tim Walker, read our review of his current Somerset House exhibition, Storyteller here. 

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