Iris Law collaborates with Mulberry on handbag collection

Designs in Mulberry's ‘Iris for Iris’ line. Courtesy of Mulberry

Iris Law has collaborated with the team at Mulberry on a brand-new handbag collection.

The British model, who is the daughter of Sadie Frost and Jude Law, has worked alongside creative director Johnny Coca on the Iris for Iris line, a fresh take on the heritage brand's Iris leather tote.

Iris and Johnny were inspired to partner on the range following a conversation at an event in Tokyo last August.

"I love working with Mulberry; Johnny and I really bonded over our love of Japan," the 19-year-old shared. "The idea of making an 'Iris for Iris' was something I was so inspired to do! It has been such a pleasure to get behind the scenes of an iconic British brand, and the opportunity to learn first-hand from their design team and craftspeople has been incredible."

Items in the Iris for Iris collection feature a degrade colour effect, influenced by the warm yellows, reds, and deep blues of an Ibizan sunset.

Contrasting trims highlight the bags' construction and a short, wide shoulder strap was added for a different carry option. All of the designs were made by Mulberry's specialist artisan team in their carbon-neutral Somerset factory in the U.K.

Accordingly, Johnny was thrilled with the final result.

"Iris's vivacious personality is the embodiment of the Mulberry woman, so the fact that she shared her name with one of my favourite new bag families felt like the perfect opportunity to work together again. Her fresh take on colour and print has brought a bold and playful dimension to this bag," the designer praised.

The full collection was unveiled at a launch event held at Mulberry's Regent Street flagship in London on Tuesday night.

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