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Mulberry Soft Small Amberley Satchel
Created with the world’s lowest carbon leather, this Mulberry satchel is a sustainable icon.

Not only is the Mulberry Soft Small Amberley Satchel a beautiful bag, but it’s also innovatively different from your typical leather handbag. Made for Mulberry’s 50th anniversary collection, this bag is crafted sustainably in carbon neutral factories using the world’s lowest carbon leather.

The sustainable leather bag is a limited capsule release of the brand’s best-selling Amberley satchel bag, and it’s available in either coral orange or cornflower blue. The design of the bag was inspired by the British countryside and equestrian styling, and it’s meant to be worn cross-body or on one shoulder. The signature front ‘Rider’s Lock’ closure is both practical and stylish, giving the bag a modern and bold look.

The Soft Small Amberley Satchel is true to its namethe leather has a nice and soft feeling that the brand says gets even more soft over time. The foil-embossed Mulberry signature logo adds a pop of shine and sophistication to the bag, color-coordinating with the ‘Rider’s Lock’ closure beneath it. If the Amberley Satchel isn’t your style, Mulberry offers a few different sustainable bag options in their 50th anniversary collection, including some that allow for personalization.

“By 2030 our entire leather supply chain will adhere to this transformative sourcing and production model,” says Mulberry.

Mulberry’s sustainable collection was done in collaboration with Muirhead, a UK-based leather manufacturer known for their responsible practices. Established as a family business in 1840, the Glasgow leather producer uses their own tannery to ensure the highest quality. 

After launching their first sustainable collection in 2021, Mulberry has plans to continue sourcing and crafting their products with the world’s lowest carbon leather. With more than 90 percent of Mulberry’s products containing leather, the brand is partnering with leading tanneries around the world in order to create a ‘farm to finished product’ supply chain that allows for the most sustainable product.

“By 2030 our entire leather supply chain will adhere to this transformative sourcing and production model,” says Mulberry.

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