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with a brand new Creative Director in Johnny Coca, Mulberry is making a return to London Fashion Week for Autumn/Winter 2016. The legendary British leather goods brand (known for its must-have bags) has gone two whole years without showcasing their collections on the catwalk, so all eyes are certainly on the direction of the newly-appointed Coca. The former Design Director at Parisian fashion house Céline joined Mulberry in July 2014 after former CEO Emma Hill left in 2013. Coca’s track record includes creating Céline’s hugely successfully line of handbags, jewellery, shoes and sunglasses.

London Fashion Week kicks off today (Friday 19th Febuary) and will see 83 designers showcase their Autumn/Winter 2016 collections.