Mulberry was founded in 1971 by Roger Saul in Somerset, England, producing luxury leather goods for men and women. The name Mulberry came from the trees that Saul would walk past on his way to school, and his sister designed the now-iconic tree logo, which is instantly recognizable across the world. Having opened their first factory in 1973, Mulberry is now the largest luxury leather goods manufacturer in the UK and is committed to continuing traditional craftsmanship by training new generations of artisans. Mulberry is owned by Challice Limited.

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Producing bags, travel goods and accessories for men and women, Mulberry stands as a quintessential British luxury brand, representing traditional quality and classic design. Age-honoured techniques are used to create sophisticated and timeless pieces which will remain wardrobe staples for a lifetime. Mulberry designs with function in mind, combined with a polished aesthetic which results in enduring pieces to be worn again and again. Earth tones and refined colour palettes are met with minimal detailing for an understated yet luxurious appeal. Across totes, shoulder bags and crossbody styles, Mulberry is subtle and versatile with sleek hardware detailing and considered shapes. Favourites from the brand, such as the Alexa, the Iris and the Bayswater are available in a variety of shades and sizes, guaranteeing an elegant design for any occasion. 

Mulberry stores are found throughout the world, from Shanghai to Copenhagen to London. Their collections can also be found online, through the brand’s website and through Selfridges