After a busy lockdown which saw them produce 8,000 re-usable PPE gowns and raise a total of £75,000 for NHS frontline workers, Mulberry are back with a new mission. And it’s a big one.
Today, Mulberry marks Earth Day by launching their ‘Made To Last’ eco-mission. From the beginning of their 50-year journey, they’ve been dedicated to creating timeless collections that champion contemporary British design and craftsmanship and now they want to ensure they are building a truly sustainable legacy for the next 50 years and beyond.
Later this year, Mulberry will release their first locally made ‘farm to finished product’ bags using the world’s lowest carbon leather with a commitment to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2030.
Their St Christopher’s Place Mulberry Exchange boutique is a demonstration of the belief that products should be used and loved, before being repaired not replaced. There they offer a buy-back service, as well as resell beautifully restored classics to a new owner, ensuring that a humble bag can have many lives.
So, if you’d like to pay the Mulberry Exchange a visit, head down to 11-12 Gee’s Court. Our charming streets are just 1 minute away from Bond Street Tube station, where you can shop at your own pace, in your own space.