Mulberry launch new Chinese flagship store in Shanghai

British luxury leather brand Mulberry this week unveiled its new Chinese flagship store in Shanghai, in the new International APM mall.

Not only is the new Mulberry store the largest of its Chinese outposts, it’s also the first store in the country to stock the label’s ready-to-wear collection.



Mulberry announced via Facebook earlier this week that the latest arrivals from its Autumn Winter 2013 will be filling the shelves of its new IAPM location, joining Prada, Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana and Stella McCartney at the new 1.3 million sq ft luxury shopping centre.

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