Mulberry returned to the runway after two years away and did it with a new creative director, Johnny Coca, former accessories designer at Céline, who has the arduous task of rejuvenating the brand renowned for its leather accessories since the early ’70s when it was founded. And there were plenty of bags on show; hard, with shoulder strap and/or handles to complete the military looks featuring studded cloaks and coats and visible topstitching over shirts and straight-leg trousers. There were many leather garments – jackets, skirts and mini-dresses – but also more feminine looks with transparencies, mesh, plissé and floral motifs, with a few added graphic and punk details.