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This London Fashion Week, Mulberry is offering you the chance to go behind the scenes of the brand, showcasing 'Made To Last'; its past, current and future commitment to responsible fashion. Over the 14th, 15th and 16th February, the luxury British brand will play host to a range of exciting events at its Bond Street store in London, where customers can see the brand’s craft and design ethos brought to life. Here’s why and how to get your tickets now…
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A Touch Of Somerset In Bond Street

For this weekend only, Mulberry will transport its Somerset factories to Bond Street giving shoppers the chance to see its celebrated artisans at work. There'll also be the opportunity to experience a one-off, installation exploring Mulberry’s commitment to responsible luxury, as well as leather bracelet making workshops, talks from industry leaders and a pop up café from cult east London eatery, Pophams.

What’s On

Invest In A Pre-Loved Piece​
Through the brand’s new circular economy offering ‘The Mulberry Exchange’, attendees will have the chance to drop off their pre-loved Mulberry pieces for a full authentication and valuation, Mulberry will then buy back the bag in exchange for a gift voucher to put towards a new, dream purchase. The new service rolls out across key stores from 14th February. There’ll also be the chance to explore a curated edit of pre-loved pieces – some of which have been donated by industry influencers and the brand’s biggest celebrity fans. 

View The New Collection
Prepare to take in the new M Collection - a capsule collection of bags and outerwear crafted from a blend of regenerated nylon and sustainable cotton. There will also be the chance to browse limited edition colours of the brand’s stunning Portobello bag, including pale grey and rust, alongside the rest of the SS20 range. 

Hear From The Experts
Whether it’s settling down to hear from Mulberry creative director Johnny Coca himself, or blogger Lucy Williams and head of My Wardrobe HQ Jane Shepherdson debate the importance of sustainable fashion, make sure you get your tickets to the weekend’s exclusive industry talks before they sell out. 

Take Part In A Workshop
Let the Mulberry artisans show you some of their most impressive techniques by taking part in a workshop, where customers get the opportunity to craft their very own leather bracelets. Move fast – there’s only 15 spaces per workshop available.

Have Some Me-Time
Help fill in the break between talks and workshops by booking in with celebrity nail artist @BhamBNails for a statement mani or sampling the exclusive ‘Mulberry pastry’ at the pop-up from trendy, east London bakery Pophams. On Saturday night, don’t miss the free drinks and music between 6pm-9pm, as Mulberry throws open the doors to ‘Happy Hour’, with a DJ set by Sydney Lima.

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To Find Out More...

Full details and information about the London Fashion Week event schedule are available at Mulberry.com. All talks and workshops will require a ticket for entry, and can be bought via Eventbrite.

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