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Emma Hill's last Mulberry's collection was inspired by English landscapes, nature and flowers. Traditional woven check fabrics and leather featured.

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Mulberry shows off English-inspired collection

Mulberry lead us down the garden path this morning with a collection inspired by English landscapes, nature and flowers. Traditional woven check fabrics and leather also featured.

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British success story Mulberry rolled out more bumper profits today as it highlighted the demand that has prompted it to open a second UK factory.

Mulberry thrives as it spreads roots overseas

Mulberry is set to flesh out its international expansion plans, as the fast-growing luxury brand posts a sharp jump in annual profits this week.

Actress Keira Knightley to marry rocker

Hollywood star Keira Knightley is to marry her rock star boyfriend, James Righton from Klaxons. The couple have become engaged after dating since early last year.

Walker Greenbank tie-up is set to give Barbour a softer look

The tough Barbour jacket is to get a softer edge in a tie-up with the fabrics printer Walker Greenbank, which is to supply William Morris Arts & Crafts trims and linings for the brand.

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Mulberry has trebled its half-year profits on the back of strong sales at home and abroad

Mulberry sales up 41 per cent at Christmas

The success of UK luxury fashion chain Mulberry gathered pace today after it said profits had been given a further boost by a strong Christmas.

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