MAKING A BAYSWATER

First things first, the leather. Mulberry is known for soft, natural leathers and those selected to make a Bayswater have passed through rigorous initial inspections. The craftsman or craftswoman responsible for cutting a Bayswater's leather panels will also mark up the leather to make sure any imperfections are avoided during the cutting process. Did you … Continued

CARA VISITS THE ROOKERY

The Cara Delevingne Bag wasn't just named after Briitsh model and muse Cara Delevingne. In fact, Cara was part of the process every step of the way, from the initial design sketches to the final prototypes. We joined her on her journey to The Rookery, where she learnt how her eponymous bag was made and … Continued

THE APPRENTICES

In 1971 there was one, today there are over 600 craftsmen and craftswomen working in our British factories. We've been nurturing homegrown talent since the start, and our apprenticeship programme, running since 2006, is flourishing. At the heart of each production line is a Mulberry team, 30 people strong, working together to create a Mulberry … Continued