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After five years at the helm, Johnny Coca is leaving his role as the creative director of Mulberry. The British luxury fashion house has just announced the exit of Johnny Coca, who will officially step down from his position at the end of March.

Johnny Coca Mulberry

Over the past five years, Coca has taken the lead to develop a luxury lifestyle vision for the brand, and on top of introducing new bag lines such as the Amberley and Iris. He’s also launched new categories including eyewear and sneakers and brought back men’s accessories and jewellery ranges.

“I have loved my time with this iconic British heritage brand and would like to thank the amazing teams and everyone who has supported me during my time here,” said Coca. “I am proud of everything we have achieved and the collections we have created. The passion and dedication I have seen at Mulberry have been incredible and I am honoured to have been part of the brand’s history.”

Coca, who oversaw a successful international expansion programme, that extended Mulberry’s global presence across the UK, Japan, South Korea, North America, Europe, and Australia, was also committed to Mulberry’s longstanding commitment to sustainability and the circular economy.

The Spring/Summer 2021 collection will be his last creations for the brand, and the recruitment for his successor is now open.

This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong

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