Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Collections Report -

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.

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