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Mulberry’s A/W 2012 campaign shot by Tim Walker, featuring Lindsey Wixson – in pics

Fash Mob now has a bit of a history with Mulberry, having attended both its S/S 2012 and A/W 2012 shows and, crucially, having sat directly behind Lana del Rey at the latter. (Yes, I will continue to mention that …

Mon, Jun 25, 2012, 07:30

   

Fash Mob now has a bit of a history with Mulberry, having attended both its S/S 2012 and A/W 2012 shows and, crucially, having sat directly behind Lana del Rey at the latter. (Yes, I will continue to mention that fact at least once a month until I die.) I also posted on their S/S campaign when it was released – and I even managed to get in a crack joke. Seriously.

While I didn’t love the A/W catwalk – all oversized furs and layer upon layer of uninspiring, muddy-coloured clothing – I’ll admit that I’ve been totally won over by this adorable Where the Wild Things Are-themed campaign. Lindsey Wixson is cute as a button and I really want to own one of those monsters!

Of course, accessories are front and centre of these Tim Walker-snapped shots – this is Mulberry, after all – and, though we’re hardly reinventing the wheel with these oversized ladylike handbags, you have to admit that they are gorgeous. I especially love the zig zag Alexa-type satchels. I’m also really fond of the wedge boots, although I fear that, sadly for Mulberry, we’ll be over the wedge (thanks in no small part to Isabel Marant) by the time these items hit the shops. (Typing that “out loud”, as it were, has made me realise, with something approaching terror, that we’re almost into autumn already! Longest day of the year gone and all that . . .)

What do you think of Mulberry’s enchanted forest? Final few pics aprés le jump!

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