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Johnny Coca Reimagines Mulberry Bayswater Bag

Mulberry’s most iconic bag is given sharper lines, a reinforced body and brand new colors.

May 12, 2016 | By Shatricia Nair

It seems Johnny Coca is shaking things up at Mulberry but in a good way. The Seville-born designer’s latest initiative sees a chicer, more sophisticated version of the Mulberry Bayswater.

The structured carrier keeps its iconic trapeze shape but undergoes several improvements both aesthetically and physically. A smaller postman’s lock-plate replaces the chunkier padlock fob and metal feet, while gold lettering in an archived script from the ‘70s replaced the distinctive tree logo. Coca also somehow managed to make the roomy bag more spacious with flared gussets and sharper corners.


To meet the demanding needs of a modern woman, the new designer also reinforced the bag’s lining, so carrying your laptop or tablets with your other essentials are possible without ruining the bag’s iconic shape.



The Mulberry Bayswater will be available in a myriad of shades, including the new Canary Yellow and Candy Pink options or the traditional burgundy, oak and clay shades.

Find out more about Mulberry’s latest bag at L’Officiel Singapore.

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