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Johnny Coca to leave Mulberry

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Mar '20
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Mulberry has announced that Johnny Coca will be leaving the brand after 5 years as its creative director with effect March 31. His last collection for Mulberry will be Spring / Summer 2021. The company has begun the process of finding a successor. Founded in 1971, Mulberry is a leading British lifestyle brand internationally known for its quality and design.

“I would like to thank Johnny for everything he has contributed to the brand over the past five years. Johnny's creative vision has been a key element in delivering our strategy to develop Mulberry as an international luxury lifestyle brand. On behalf of the Mulberry board and entire team, I wish Johnny every success in his next venture, said Thierry Andretta, Mulberry's chief executive officer.

“As we head towards our 50th anniversary in 2021 we continue to focus on our strategy to build Mulberry as a global luxury brand. We remain committed to developing responsible, innovative products, underpinned by a strong in-house creative team and our international direct-to-customer omni-channel business model.”

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