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Cara Delevingne hosted a picnic in side a private walled garden at Wilderness festival over the weekend to celebrate the UK launch of her Cara Delevingne bag line. Sporting dinosaur sunglasses, Mulberry high-tops, and her three-in-one bag as a backpack, the Wilderness first-timer was joined by actress Gala Gordon and presenter Poppy Jamie at the chilled Oxfordshire event, where the friends took in an acoustic set by Will Heard. Hay bales, packed picnic lunch hampers, Mulberry check blankets and champagne served in cut-glass saucers set the scene, before the party moved to the festival’s main stage to see Burt Bacharach perform.
Echoing the eccentricity of the British arts and crafts movement the brand also hitched a ‘Mulberry Loves Craft’ tent, where festival-goers could meet the luxury brand’s craftsmen and see them fashioning a Bayswater, while they created their own customised leather bracelets. After all, this is Britain’s most civilised festival scene, complete with literary readings and theatrical performances, not to mention restaurants by Pix and St. John, wild medicine walks, yoga sessions and massages c/o the festival’s Lakeside Spa on call.
Photography: Dave Benett
Ice cream and Anya Hindmarch bags? You don’t have to twist our arm.
For the next three months London’s Mount Street will host Anya Hindmarch’s ‘Mini Mart’ pop-up shop, featuring all matter of wearable culinary delights from ‘Frosties’ cereal clutches to ‘Custard Cream’ biscuit bags.
Inspired by the creative’s love of everyday objects, and especially those of the supermarket kind, Hindmarch’s A/W 2014 runway collection is without doubt the healthiest way to carry these extra carb calories.
And on that note, run in to get your ice cream while they last – there’s 99 to be had for the store’s 99 Mount Street address.