Georgia May Jagger Designs a Biker Collection for Mulberry

Fashionistas, be careful now! You might get addicted to this upcoming brand new collection, which is a result of the collaboration between the amazing British luxury fashion house, Mulberry and the gorgeous green-eyed blonde Georgia May Jagger. The British model felt a strong inspiration to try out her hand in fashion after starring for the brand’s campaigns of last two seasons and we should say that the outcome is pretty thrilling. She has created a biker-themed collection for Mulberry with tempting pieces like leather jackets, silk scarfs and the brand’s signature leather bags. This is what happens when you dig into something great: you either fall for it or get addicted, which is not bad at all. We are only happy to see such exciting collaborations come to life as long as we are provided with unique pieces to reflect our personality.

Georgia May Jagger Designs a Biker Collection for Mulberry

Now, let’s go more into details of the line: to keep the biker’s feature bright in every piece, the supermodel created black buffalo leather jackets and she offers you some cool ways of taking them to the streets, winningly wearing them with black loose pants and bold short miniskirts. The hair and makeup is kept chic and simple with soft natural looking waves, a subtle touch of brown eyeshadow added to the eyes and a peachy-pink tint on the lips. You can see that you are free to choose any top you want to wear, even the simplest style, as the combo of the jacket with a silk scarf leaves little room for it to pop out. And to make sure that this line is super special to be under no circumstances confused with other brands’ resembling pieces, the blonde has put a nice touch of embroidered black and white fox on the jackets’ back and her initials printed in white. To add a bright touch of colors to the pieces, silky ruby magenta-red, emerald green and sapphire blue linings have been added to the jackets, the printed small square scarfs, the edges of printed stoles and the biker pouches. You can also instantly see Georgia’s love for animals expressed in these designs, as we discover fox, owl and bee prints on the stoles and square scarfs: these are nothing but gorgeous. What else could any fashionista wish for the fastest and trendiest ride of her life?

Georgia May Jagger for Mulberry Biker Collection

The prices of the pieces available within the collection are set from 95 to 995 UK/ 150 to 1590 US, not really differing from the usual Mulberry target price. The pieces are now available at Mulberry stores. Besides, you can shop them online on the official website of the brand, Mulberry.com. And though you might first think that getting any of these pieces can make you go bankrupt, you definitely deserve a special treat once in a long while. Besides, style and quality always prove right and to the point!

Georgia May Jagger for Mulberry Biker Collection

Photos courtesy of Mulberry

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