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Bryn, Bryn! Mulberry’s new It bag calling

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Mulberry’s new Bryn satchel bag is already garnering celebrity fans in Alexa Chung and Keira Knightley – even though it’s not yet available to buy.

ABOVE: Keira Knightley, with fiancé James Righton, and her new Mulberry Bryn in Oak

Both Alexa and Keira have been spotted wearing the new Bryn satchel bag, a re-styled version of Mulberry’s iconic Brynmore satchel from the brand’s men’s accessories line.

ABOVE: A small Mulberry Bryn in Flame red

Mulberry’s new Bryn bag is smaller and neater than the Brynmore but still retains much of the masculine DNA of its counterpart - such as the big flap-over style, classic triple Postman’s Lock and detachable across-body strap.

ABOVE: Alexa Chung carrying her new Bryn bag in black shiny grain leather

Speaking about the new Bryn style, Mulberry’s creative director Emma Hill said: “It's a very laid-back, classic and unpretentious style.”

“I think it just works well for day, work and travel,” she explained. “The Bryn is a softer, more feminine version [than the Brynmore], but still a totally practical and simple style.”

ABOVE: The oversized Mulberry Bryn in Petrol

Following hot on the heels of Mulberry’s Lana inspired Del Rey handbag, expect to see the new Bryn satchel in Mulberry stores and online from July 16 (prices start at £550). We’re certain having Alexa Chung and Keira Knightley’s seal of approval will ensure it’s a sell-out.

Looking for a discontinued Mulberry bag? Browse the collection at vestiairecollective.com

What do you think? Will you be buying Mulberry's new Bryn bag - or do you have another favourite Mulberry style? Tell us your thoughts on Twitter @StylistMagazine or in the comments section below

Images: Rex

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