The British brand have unveiled their latest piece of arm candy - inspired by the controversial Video Games singer
Ladies, form an orderly queue. Mulberry has unveiled its latest piece of must-have arm candy - inspired by stylish New York singer Lana Del Rey.
The Del Rey, a tribute to the singer's glamorous retro look, made its debut on the arm of its namesake, who sat front row at the British brand's London show yesterday.
‘I love the design, a perfect mix between old school Hollywood and contemporary style' Del Rey gushed of Mulberry's latest must-have bag.
'It’s an honour that such a classic and prestigious brand would name a bag after me.'
The design, a sleek yet classic offering, was inspired by Lana's 'references to bygone glamour' after Mulberry's creative director, Emma Hill, met the singer last year.
‘I love Lana’s nostalgic references to bygone glamour and the fact that her look is retrospective yet so modern,' Hill revealed.
'This inspired us to create a bag that was timeless, refined and elegant, yet with a beautiful practicality that would suit any woman.'
The Del Rey hits stores in May.
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