MUST HAVE MULBERRY: AN AIRPORT SPECIAL

Mulberry’s cult following is well deserved and every season brings new styles to add to the collection of classics that already make the accessories designer one of our favourites by far.

Now that we are counting down to holiday season, we’re looking towards the accessories hero to make sure that our airport look is smart and chic enough to rival that of the perfectly put together Ms Beckham. Summer holidays, long weekends away, work events; when you spend a long time travelling, it makes perfect sense to look stylish every step of the way.

The fact the Mulberry luggage will accompany you on your trips is already a given, but it’s how you use that precious extra piece of hand luggage that makes all the difference. Do you opt for the too-cool-for-skool backpack of the season, a la Cara Delevingne, or opt for a classic look that never goes out of fashion? It’s a tale of two Mulberries and we love them both as much.

Mulberry Piccadilly

If you’re a fan of the Mulberry Bayswater, you’re going to love the Mulberry Piccadilly. With all the signature features of the eternally popular Bayswater, the Piccadilly is a classic Mulberry fan’s accessory dream come true. The Oak Grain leather is deliciously soft on this future icon, reminding you that this is a bag that will see you through years and years of travelling. The Mulberry Piccadilly is available in store now for £1,350.

Mulberry Cara

Mulberry’s collaboration with Cara Delevingne is a meeting of two British greats and the resulting Mulberry Cara is practically made for travelling. The backpack has experienced a revival in popularity over the last couple of years and is now the travel style of the cool and casual. This strapped style will keep hands free for raiding the duty free or rounding up the family in departures, whilst the black quilted leather will look equally as elegant with any travel outfit. The Mulberry Cara Black Nappa is available in store now for £1,295.

Shop Mulberry’s new season styles today at Robinsons of Bawtry.