Mulberry kicks off London Fashion Week with a VIP dinner

Mhairi Mann

15 February 2020

Mulberry hosted an intimate dinner at the Bond Street boutique, to celebrate the British brand's Made to Last installation and new Portobello Tote, crafted from sustainable leather

15 February 2020 | Mhairi Mann

What: Mulberry London Fashion Week Made to Last VIP Dinner

When: 14th February, 2020 

Where: Mulberry Bond Street boutique

Who: Paloma Faith, Hana Cross, Jessie Ware, Amelia Windsor, Caroline Rush, IAMDDB, Jennifer McKee, Toby Huntington-Whiteley

Paloma Faith, Amelia Windsor, Hana Cross, IAMDDB, Toby Huntington-Whiteley and Jessie Ware were among those who turned out to fête the launch of Mulberry's new Made to Last campaign. The intimate dinner, hosted by creative director Johnny Coca, celebrates Mulberry's immersive installation for London Fashion Week, which is open to the public and running until Sunday at the Bond Street boutique. The three-day event coincides with the launch of the new Mulberry Portobello Tote, made in the UK from 100 per cent sustainable leather. 

Popham's, the cult bakery and cafe in Islington, created a three-course feast for the evening, and environmental campaigner Wilson Oryema recited a poem inspired by the Made to Last campaign. Mulberry's signature designs, now available in guilt-free leather, are designed to be non-disposable and loved forever – which is the true definition of sustainability in this modern age. 

Amelia Windsor, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020
Paloma Faith, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020
Toby Huntington-Whiteley, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020
Johnny Coca and Jessie Ware, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020
David Young and Tom York, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020
Caroline Rush, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020 
Bee Beardsworth and Kim Turnbull, Mulberry London Fashion Week dinner 2020
Mulberry Portobello Tote

Photography by Dave Bennett, courtesy of Mulberry