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Mulberry Hosts (Not Quite) A Christmas Party

In celebration of the festive season, Mulberry's nearest and dearest were invited to an early Christmas party at a traditional London townhouse in Soho. Mary Charteris, Samantha Rollinson, and Anais Gallagher amongst others attended the

In celebration of the festive season, Mulberry’s nearest and dearest were invited to an early Christmas party at a traditional London townhouse in Soho. Mary Charteris, Samantha Rollinson, and Anais Gallagher amongst others attended the event which featured a live performance from ‘The Big Moon’, a DJ set from Harriet Verney and a bespoke Mulberry tombola compered by Jonny Woo. No. 67 Dean Street played host to the festivities, serving champagne and mulled cider to the guests, alongside generous bites of delectable cuisine.

Guests wearing Mulberry

The guests created a kaleidoscope of colours and variations within Mulberry pieces, for their evening of fun and festivities. Such as; Mabel Mcvey wore the Melody jumper in Mohair and a mini Amberley, Amber Anderson wore the Violet floral silk dress and the Trunk bag, whereas Sam Rollinson opted for the Mia dress and Amberley satchel, and Laura Jackson wore the Knitted dress and mini Amberley. Mary Charteris chose to carry the Trunk bag, whereas Ella Hunt wore the Annabelle dress, and Bille JD Porter carried the Amberley.

Mulberry’s delectable Christmas gifts of Bags and Jewellery are Christmas ‘Must Haves’

Moreover, as part of their Christmas campaign, Mulberry has created a new film directed by Charlotte Wales, where the iconic carol ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ is transformed by Mercury Prize nominated band ‘The Big Moon’. The result is a raucous, energetic soundtrack for the film which takes poetic license in the visual expression of the twelve days. An acclaimed fashion photographer and director, Wales is known for creating work that highlights the beautiful side of fashion and incorporating a playful and creative twist.

Mulberry sure knows how to do things in complete style, and with a suave Christmas campaign, and festive film to match, there is no escaping the spirit!

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