UK (up to 250g) – £4.00
UK (250g and over) – £6.00
Europe (up to 350g) – £10.00
Europe (350g and over) – £20.00
International (up to 350g) – £12.00
International (350g and over) – £25.00
All orders are shipped by Royal Mail recorded delivery and Royal Mail International.
Purchases will be dispatched within 2 working days of order placement.
Expected delivery times
UK – 2-5 working days
Europe – 5-7 working days
International – 5-7 working days
Customs & taxes
The customer is responsible for any import duties and clearance fees that may apply in the destination country (where applicable).
Exchanges & returns
If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact M.Hulot at the email address provided below expressing your wish to return the item. Orders can be returned for a full refund within 14 days of the date of dispatch.
The item for return must be in the same condition as you received it, unused and including all original packaging and labels.
Upon receipt and inspection of the returned goods a full refund will be issued, excluding shipping costs. 
Returns should be addressed to:
Studio 112a
Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre
The Broadway
Crouch End
N8 9JJ 
Further information
Please direct any enquiries about your order to M.Hulot’s customer service at:
Tel: +44 (0) 7815 096 190

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To the beat of her own drum
British designer Anna Kreeger’s accessories brand M.Hulot reflects the distinctive charm of the character behind its name

Monsieur Hulot on WaremakersJacques Tati’s classic 1953 comedy Les Vacances de M. Hulot introduced the character of Monsieur Hulot, a loveable Frenchman who would appear in several of the actor and director’s future pictures.

When Anna Kreeger saw the film for the first time, she was fascinated by Hulot’s charm, innocence, and ability to “walk to the beat of his own drum,” as she puts it.

“I watched Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot and loved the main character and the way he went through life in his own way, oblivious to the changing and vulgar world around him. He seemed rather charming to me, which is how I imagined my designs sitting, amongst all the ‘It’ bags which were so big 5 years ago when I began.”

Provenance and transparency

After studying clothing design at The University of Central England, Kreeger ended up freelancing for various accessories labels and developing her skills on the job: “I’ve always been hands-on and a huge lover of the process of manufacturing.”

Anna Kreeger, founded M.HulotDuring her time working for other companies, she noticed that many brands were failing to be upfront with customers about their production processes and the materials they used. She explains, “I realised that it was easy to put ‘Made in England’ on a product, even when most of it had been made elsewhere.”

This spurred the designer on to create her own accessories label, sourcing only premium-quality materials and manufacturing all items in England. “Provenance and transparency have always been very important to me,” she says.

The M.Hulot studio is based at the old Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End, a Modernist building from the 1930s which has been used for numerous film sets. The now thriving Arts Centre’s characteristic décor serves as a constant source of inspiration, as does the unique opportunity to work alongside other artists and designers.

An emotional response

All M.Hulot leather pieces are individually put together and hand-finished in England using the finest Italian vegetable-tanned hides. When it comes to the selection process, Kreeger admits that it is essential for her to feel an “emotional response” to the leather.

M.Hulot knitwear on WaremakersThe M.Hulot knitwear collections also include unique touches which could only be given by hand. For Kreeger, “Every craft has a certain level of precision and skill, but there is also an element of chance when something is hand-finished. Each piece may vary very slightly in size, for example, but that is what is so lovely about a crafted product.”

The yarn used in the knitwear is sourced from a supplier in Italy, but the raw material originally comes from Australian sheep. The wool, known as ‘cashwool,’ is so soft and luxurious that it is likened to Cashmere.

With a distinctive style of stitch in mind, Kreeger approached a knitwork professional to get more information about the best options for her designs. The specialist producer, who now makes her range of knitwear, told her that her vision was called the ‘fisherman’s rib,’ because of its distinctive texture and appearance.

“I had an idea of exactly what would make the perfect scarf. It turned out to be called ‘fisherman’s rib’! Chunky, uniform and utilitarian.”

Signature colours 

Colour plays a vital role in the M.Hulot designs. Kreeger explains, “I am colour-obsessed and love the subtlety and earthiness of the tans and camels so often associated with natural leathers.” In her pieces, earthy or classic tones are often combined with bright and playful ones. Navy and vibrant yellow are M.Hulot’s signature colours.

M.Hulot design sketches“Navy is beautiful, it’s so classic and goes with everything; I think that’s why it’s such a winner. It has more of a softness than black, yet you can mix it into a black outfit and it adds tone and a subtle contrast. Yellow has been a huge hit for M.Hulot. I guess it has such a playful feel and a yellow bag is an easy way to add colour into an outfit, without it ‘wearing you’ or having to match your skin tone.”

Kreeger’s palette has many sources of inspiration, from the clothes of the Yemeni Fishermen, with their mix of colourful Middle Eastern prints and more sombre Western tailoring, to the works of Picasso and Louise Bourgeois.

“I love the playfulness of Picasso’s works, particularly his ceramics and paper sculptures. All of Louise Bourgeois’ work is interesting and thought-provoking, but I am most drawn to her textile works and use of colour and print.”            

The small pleasures

The names of the M.Hulot bags are all abbreviations for objects which represent “the small pleasures in life,” as Kreeger calls them, such as coffee makers or record players.

Some of the bags are also named after “things that no longer exist,” including extinct animals and plants. The “Tarpan,” for example, is an extinct species of wild horse.

Kreeger is constantly developing her timeless yet contemporary accessories line. The existing M.Hulot collection is a clear reflection of her aim to offer pieces with “cohesion and longevity, unchanged by trends or seasons.”



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