Mulberry's New Creative Director Johnny Coca, will be making debut his at London Fashion Week Tomorrow

by - Saturday, February 20, 2016

There is always conversations and discussions within the fashion crowd during fashion month however, the attention of discussion to be heard and the result too be seen will be highlighted on the British Brand Mulberry. As their new creative director Johnny Coca will be making his first debut at London Fashion Week with Mulberry’s Autumn/Winter 2016 womenswear collection.

Coca’s designer portfolio has taken from his educational foundations of studying art, architecture and design at École Boulle too working with some of the industries biggest names in his career which includes Louis Vuitton, Bally, then following into a more direct route in which gave him the skills and knowledge about leather goods by joining Celine later on his ambitious career. In which almost gives him the creative foundations too direct himself and his design portfolio into the heart of Mulberry’s own brand identify which is of course the classic leather goods. Which has taken up the household names of the Bayswater, The Alexa, and of course the Lily. It is taken that it is quite a conversation in which discusses Coca’s own making which he will debut you for the brand this weekend.

After a year from Emma Hill’s departure from Mulberry Johnny Coca has established his thoughts about his new title of Mulberry’s creative director stating that the new job role.
“It is an honour for me to embrace my role as Creative Director for Mulberry. I am thrilled to create a new chapter in the story of such an iconic British brand. The individuality, attitude and self-expression in British culture is unique starting point and source of inspiration…. but I will let my first collection tell the story. “

The Mulberry show will take place this Sunday 21st February 2016 at 4pm.

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