The first Mulberry pieces, plaited belts and chokers, were sold from a stall on the famous Portobello Road in London, and soon appeared in iconic stores Harvey Nichols and Biba. The 1975 'Hunting, Shooting, Fishing' collection made the fashion world fall in love with Mulberry.

The collection challenged the status quo; luxurious pieces loaded with English references, but without the stiff upper class edge often associated with British fashion heritage. Mulberry had reignited a passion for 'Le Style Anglais' - the combination of practicality and style that remains central to the brand's design philosophy today.

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