Chief executive Thierry Andretta is trying to turn things around, but the British heritage brand is a no-show at London Fashion Week again this season after years of sluggish sales and a slumping share price.
The company has lowered prices over the past two years to go back to its roots as an "affordable luxury" label, after an ill-fated attempt to go more upmarket, and is developing its business in Japan.
Johnny Coca's collection had more than a whiff of Vetements, though the bags were a knockout.
Mulberry Group Plc said its revival remains on track after digital investment and more efficient practices at its UK factories helped the handbag maker swing to a first-half profit.
Mulberry Group Plc said careful cost control meant annual earnings were better than estimated, as a new management team tries to restore the fortunes of the struggling UK handbag maker.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Mulberry Group Plc, the troubled luxury handbag maker, reported a first-half loss as a failed attempt to move upmarket continued to weigh on the company’s performance.
Mulberry Group Plc, the troubled U.K. bagmaker, named Céline accessories designer Johnny Coca as creative director, ending a protracted search for a replacement for British designer Emma Hill.