New for Spring ’17 and dropping in stores on 3rd January, the Hopton is a statement day bag, boasting a generous volume and impeccable detailing.

Created with a distinctive cubic design, the Hopton features a contrast piping, emphasising 3-D volume. Its inside-out construction illustrates both Johnny Coca’s love of technique, and the enviable know-how of the Mulberry factories.


Celebrating the dynamic colour palette of the Spring ’17 collection, the Hopton comes in three colours. Fall in love with panelled Dune-Oxblood-Black-Porcelain Blue and Black-Orange-Chalk-Crimson, alongside monotone Dune, Clay and Bright Orange. The Hopton will also be available with hand-painted snakeskin accents in a multicoloured version of Fiery Red and Midnight Blue.

The name Hopton originates from a street in London’s Southbank, next to Britain’s national gallery of international modern and contemporary art, the Tate Modern.

The price of the Hopton starts at £950

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GOSIA KRAJEWSKI Fashion, Mommy blogger & Beauty Features Editor at Style Cartel. Former Senior Account Executive at JWPR (Capsule Comms) Worked for Marie Claire & Instyle


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