Mulberry has come a long way since its days as a pure accessories player so, even if the show did debut the new ‘It’ bag, the Del Rey (named after US songstress Lana Del Rey), it was the clothes that did the talking. The label ticked the texture and layering boxes with Mongolian fur coats that opened and closed the show, while fur gilets filed in to make for a cosy autumn season. In between were painterly silk prints, embellished sheer dresses and chunky knitted scarves that were wrapped and belted at the waist. An autumnal palette ensued with sycamore, oak and moody blues referencing the mystical woodland inspired by Maurice Sendak’s classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are and Tim Walker’s film The Lost Explorer. The all-over zig-zag and dapple multicoloured prints on outerwear are patterns that will stand out from this show.