Unique to Ubiquitous

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Emma Hill, creative director of British fashion house Mulberry, prefers quirky over austere, and friendly over froid — characteristics that shone through at her London Fashion Week show in February. Inspired by the furry critters of Maurice Sendak's children's book Where the Wild Things Are, she dressed her models in fulsome coats made of long-haired Mongolian goat fur with shaggy gilets cinched at the waist. The models shared the stage with two 3-m-high yetis, more huggable than scary, and one model walked the runway escorting a gray Hungarian puli with a sheepskin-trim canine parka. A-listers like Anna Wintour, Michelle...

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