It was Mulberry's turn to show at London Fashion Week (LFW) yesterday and true to the British fashion house's characteristics it drew its inspiration from the interior of an English country house. With the Spring/Summer collection taking influences from English gardens, it was only natural for the next season to 'go indoors', especially with reports that next winter will be a cold one.

The collection included influences from 19th century architecture, which was represented through the clean lines and Neo-Georgian prints on some seriously covetable oversized coats. Jumpsuits and dresses were covered in countryside cottage prints and asymmetric pleats on hips and long pleated skirts added a refined impression. Outfits were completed with Earl Grey toned ostrich leather hold-alls and bucket shaped bags dangling just above chunky strapped heels and high-heeled Chelsea boots highlighted Mulberry's heritage theme.