The Mulberry woman has grown up. Where once there might have been neon hues and quirky prints, there are now dark earthy shades, womanly shapes, and sombre prints. But worry not, Emma Hill hasn’t lost her sense of fun. Far from dull, those prints consisted of blown-up checks worn head to toe or clashed with florals. With the big, enveloping silhouettes, there was also a childlike sense of playing dress up. Layering gave the clothes the offbeat Brit charm we’ve come to expect; turtlenecks under sweaters under peacoats, or skirts over trousers. Accessories, too, were stellar as ever; the best of which was a top-handle satchel in teal or yellow that hit the right spot between ladylike and fresh.