Until the turn of the century fashion forerunners like Milan and Paris were trumps for ‘It’ bags – think Fendi baguette or the Chanel 2.55. This all changed in 2002, when designer Nicholas Knightly developed the next new ‘It’ bag - the Mulberry Bayswater.
Mulberry is a timeless designer that has developed through the ages. The Bayswater is a stylistic mix - combining the concept of the classic English doctor’s bag with the chic European structure loved by fashionistas worldwide.
Named after a street in West London known for its decadent Georgian houses and leafy streets, the Bayswater became an instant hit. With the key appeal that its leather looks even better with age, this bag is a fantastic investment - a real buy now, love forever piece.