Self-admittedly, there are many great brands that don’t get as much love as they deserve, and Mulberry is definitely one of them. The brand has had its ups and downs, but under the direction of former Céline accessories director Johnny Coca, Mulberry is finding its way back into the hearts and on the arms of its fans. Coca has focused on pushing boundaries at the quintessentially British brand without losing the character and sensibility that Mulberry is known for at its core. Recently, the brand launched its Softie Line, which is brought to life this season in new campaign images that celebrate the opening of Mulberry’s brand new SoHo flagship on Wooster Street in New York.

Diving Into the Softie

The Mulberry Softie bag is one of the most intriguing shapes from Mulberry as of late, oozing a youthful sensibility in its relaxed silhouette and soft, pillowy leather. Curved lines and abstract quilting make for a playful bag that begs to be both seen and touched. The newest addition to the Mulberry family, the Softie collection features three sizes: Softie, Little Softie, and Big Softie. Softie and Little Softie are flap bags with chain straps, while Big Sofie is a North/South Tote style.

Each Softie Bag, like all the bags in the Mulberry line-up, is made to last, crafted with the perfect balance of quality and environmental responsibility in mind. The Softie collection is crafted from Nappa leather, filled with a thick, feathery down that re-inflates when it’s squeezed. Created with tactility in mind, the Softie references some of Mulberry’s most important House Codes, including the quintessential Postman’s Lock closure and the bag’s quilting, which directly references the braid pattern on the beloved Mulberry Alexa bag handle. Modern with classic House touches, the Softie further cements Mulberry’s big return to the forefront of the handbag world.

Mulberry Softie Bag Ella Emhoff

Mulberry’s US Flagship

The new Softie campaign features Ella Emhoff, a model, knitwear designer, and a resident New Yorker herself. The images bring the Softie to life, but they are also meant to celebrate the opening of the brand new Mulberry US flagship store on Wooster Street in SoHo. The campaign was photographed with the idea of taking a viewer on a journey through New York with Ella. The boutique, which is now open, spans both women’s and men’s collections and will also feature a selection of pre-loved items from the Mulberry Exchange Program, the brand’s circular economy program. Discover the Softie Bag via Mulberry.

Mulberry Softie Gallery 2
Mulberry Softie Gallery 1
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FashionableLena
FashionableLena
22 days ago

These look cheap. It’s a strong no.

sunny
sunny
22 days ago

Mulberry speaks so much about their British heritage and pride, but it’s just another Made In China bag after all.

Not this
Not this
22 days ago

That’s a no for me. It feels too derivative of other brands’ soft/puffy bags but less nice. It’s also a smidge too puffy. It also looks so much less luxe than, say, the Padded Cassette.

ladyet
ladyet
22 days ago

I actually think this is really cool and a lot of ppl will like it when they see it in the “wild.”

SamSweden
SamSweden
21 days ago

Mulbery bags : Amazing high prices…definitely day light robbery

Sally
Sally
21 days ago

This copies the L.V. chain from the Coussin bags and the YSL puffer bags. Nothing unique here.

Guest
Guest
21 days ago
Reply to  Sally

In these years ,This trend stared with YSL lou lou enough already 😅

Zoe
Zoe
21 days ago

Looks like a small puffy pillow turned into a purse.

JMB
JMB
21 days ago

I am a mulberry fan but this bag does not ring my bell. I think I would need to see in person. Not sure if it’s the bag or the style of the chain strap putting me off or maybe it’s the combo…regardless I am sure it will sell.

Austerity_measures
Austerity_measures
19 days ago

Is Johnny Cocoa still creative director at Mulberry?

Austerity_measures
Austerity_measures
19 days ago

*Coca

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