Cara Delevingne is on a rampant and we are glad to keep up with her! If the Mulberry Cara Delevingne Collection was not enough, then drool over more images of the lady in charge as she faces the camera for Mulberry Autumn Winter 2014 campaign. Posing against the backdrop of mossy rocks, rolling hills, and clumps of heather, Cara Delevingne faces the camera for Tim Walker.
Mulberry returned to its roots in the British countryside with a blast of fresh air for the new campaign. The breathtaking scenery of the Scottish highlands complements the brand’s Autumn Winter 2014 collection which is inspired by the color of the English countryside.
The new ready-to-wear collection embraces rich oaks, misty greys, deep greens and intense oxblood all taken from the mystery of the Highlands to the lush rolling hills of Mulberry’s home in Somerset. The whole line celebrates juxtaposition in its style and tailoring. Oversized versus miniature, subtlety opposes flair, fluidity contrasts with sharpness. The collection finds elegance and freshness in classic English tailoring, reinterpreting iconic detailing and designing with practicality in mind.
As reported by WWD, the collection also boasts of accessories like slip-on brogues, Wellington boots with buckles at the side, the Tessie and Bayswater Buckle bags, as well as the Delevingne-designed backpacks.
Speaking about the collection, Anne-Marie Verdin, Mulberry’s brand director quoted, “Big space, fresh air, wind in the hair, away from it all.…Mulberry is a brand that is at home in town and country, and we wanted to capture that feeling. When we arrived in Scotland, it was pouring with rain, but once Tim arrived this golden sun appeared.”
Take a look at the video of Mulberry Autumn Winter 2014 Campaign –
The team for the campaign comprised of Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme at House and Holme as creative directors along with Edward Enninful as stylist. Mulberry Autumn Winter 2014 Campaign will surface in the September issues of British Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle and more.