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Mulberry’s fall/winter 2015 collection focused on the elegance of Georgian interiors. Delicate neo-classical design elements from architects Robert Adam and John Soames were credited as inspiration for the London Fashion Week presentation.
A new bespoke filigree motif was continuously interpreted in silk-screen print, embroidery, and woven jacquard to emphasize the material’s references to create a tactile fabric with rich detail. Soft mohair, wool, shearling, and leather make up the collection’s jumpsuits, matching tops and trousers, capes, oversized jackets, skirts, dresses, and coats.
Flattering dresses, both long and short, offer the filigree design silk-printed in differing contrasts and scales. The Hatti Skirt interprets the print differently all onto one garment, while the Apley design, available in a dress and jumpsuit, is offered in a bespoke antique-effect jacquard.
New knitwear also makes an appearance. Classic takes on knit staples, such as the panelled knitted roll keck jumper, take a modern turn to silk, alpaca, and merino. In a variety of looks, embroidery and distressed, faded paintwork references grand old houses and their interiors.