Introducing Lily Zero, the first carbon neutral collection of handbags from Mulberry.
The range consists of twelve styles derived from the iconic Lily of 2010, available in a selection of classic and seasonal colours, from timeless black and oak to bright Mulberry pink (starting from £895). Features from the original line include chains, handles and the Mulberry's unique Postman’s Lock hardware.
With a commitment to becoming Net Zero by 2035, Mulberry has ensured its collection is fully carbon neutral from field to shop floor. The range is produced by skilled craftspeople in Mulberry’s carbon neutral Somerset factories using carbon neutral leather from a German tannery that measures, reduces and offsets its carbon emissions.
The brand has also undertaken a Life Cycle Assessment to analyse its components, transport, and packaging, offsetting any carbon with the World Land Trust.
And there's more: Mulberry has launched the Made to Last podcast, hosted by fashion journalist Susie Lau. The series takes the listener on a journey over three episodes speaking to the origins of leather’s place in fashion history and its role in a sustainable future.