The Rider's Lock first appeared on the sleek silhouette of the new Amberley family launched at the Autumn Winter '17 London Fashion Week show. Named after the much-loved British countryside pursuit and equestrian attire and attitudes that inspired Mulberry founder Roger Saul, the Rider's Lock embodies the distinctive idea of 'Le Style Anglais' established by the brand in the 1970s. A tradition, reinvented.
Exploring that heritage with a new perspective, Mulberry Creative Director Johnny Coca took inspiration from the rounded lines of the Postman's Lock and found beauty in the existing forms of this original hardware. By inverting them, he designed the slender, clean and functional lines of the Rider's Lock, reminiscent of a horse bit and bridle. This new signature lock is a symbol of an evolution in Mulberry's history, a fresh point of view on a timeless classic. Honouring the past to create the future.