The Cure's single "A Forest" ("Come closer and see, see into the trees, find the girl while you can…") played at Mulberry's Snow White-themed presentation at Soho House, which featured a woodsy, apple-strewn set—as well as a reluctant canine model, hired for the purpose of showcasing the house's new range of dog accessories. Two-legged creatures are likely to be enthusiastic about the colorful clothes, bags, and shoes on offer. Creative director Emma Hill smartly stayed focused, showing a niche collection that had English charm aplenty. With the aim of capturing a "Jackie Onassis meets Miss Jean Brodie" feeling, a navy suit jacket with a built-in bow was paired with a tulip skirt. There was an abundance of outerwear (a logical brand extension for an accessories house), including leather poacher and bomber jackets, and, amusingly among the set's branches and bark, lumberjack plaids. This was a happy case where you could see the forest for the trees.