History of Mulberry Bags
Mulberry is one of the top luxury fashion and accessories companies in the U.K. Established in Sumerset, England in 1971
Mulberry products seem to capture the essence of rustic English living. The Mulberry brand name boasts four main characteristics, Englishness, quality, craftmanship and luxury.
The Mulberry handbag can today be bought in a variety of different styles and colours but the one common denominator is the subtle, classic design of every Mulberry bag.
Mulberry combines classic design with modern practicality and this combination has won the hearts of women from all over the world.
Created by Roger Saul, the Mulberry brand was inspired by Roger’s vision of a luxury brand echoing traditional rustic English pursuits such as hunting, fishing and shooting.
Mulberry bags are made from the finest materials available. Snake skin, alligator and even Ostrich skin are used to create the perfect leather handbag.
The Mulberry Bayswater bag is perhaps the perfect marriage of fashion and practicability appealing to women for it’s feminine, subtle design yet the bag also considers today’s working lifestyle and consequently the Bayswater bag possesses many compartments and pockets.
Mulberry bags are quintessentially English and owning a Mulberry bag makes a particular statement about your fashion style and sense.