VIDEO: Cara Delevingne And Mulberry Host A Super Chic Picnic At Wilderness Festival

10 August 2014 by

If you've been anywhere near Grazia's Instagram this weekend you'll realise that Cara Delevingne invaded Wilderness Festival, hosting a chic picnic with Mulberry to mark the launch of her bag collection.

Cara hosted the greatest picnic of all time at a secret Walled Garden hidden away in Lord and Lady Rotherwick’s Cornbury estate. Beneath the trees, where nobody sees were Cara's picnic pals including Douglas Booth, Harry Treadaway, Bonnie Wright, Tanya Burr and Jaime Winstone. She also enlisted her pal Will Heard to perform an acoustic set.

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Cara Delevingne was of course 100% Mulberry-fied, wearing a white Mulberry blouse and grey checked Richmond trousers paired with her Cara Delevingne bag in oxblood. Of course she added classic Cara touches, with white Mulberry high top sneakers and bonkers dinosaur sunglasses.

READ MORE: Join Cara on her Mulberry Highlands adventure

Remember this wasn't just a picnic, this was a Mulberry picnic. Forget soggy sandwiches and cocktail sausages, the bespoke Mulberry picnic baskets were filled with Great British treats put together by Giles Clark. Inside the Mulberry baskets were roasted cobnuts and heritage whole grain sandwiches filled with crab, to be washed down with cucumber juice flavoured with honey.

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Another highlight included the 'Cara-van' (get it?) - a Land Rover filled with Mulberry goodie bags filled with Essie nail polishes and festival essentials. Of course if you follow Grazia on Instagram you'll know that our Fashion News & Features Editor Katherine Ormerod spent the afternoon at Cara's picnic, and you can read up on all her insider details here.

READ MORE: What to wear to a festival Delevingne style

Cara said about her bag: "I just think it's a bag for everyone and can be used for so many different things. Why would you not want a bag like that? It's just so functional."


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