I scored a new Mulberry Roxanne in olive at Neiman Marcus Last Call for only about $500...however the back of the bag has some serious wrinkling (see right side of the photo of the back). I love the bag and the color and I think the price is a great deal (retail price was $1195). I don't think this color is available elsewhere or will be made again soon...so...I guess I'm looking for opinions on whether you think this amount of wrinkling is acceptable in a new Mulberry. I know in some bags wrinkles are even desirable but I think Mulberry leather is supposed to be relatively hard and then just soften with age, but not necessarily get all creased like this. Would this happen anyway with normal use of the bag? It looks like the wrinkles are quite deep, like elephant skin creases almost. Is it possible that this is just a natural feature of the leather? On photos of other Mulberry Roxannes I've seen the leather has always looked relatively smooth. On the other hand, do you think Mulberry *might* be willing to fix the leather somehow or replace it for me? Their policy as stated on the little card is "We strive to make sure that every item we sell is perfect" and since it's supposed to be a brand new bag perhaps this leather condition could be considered a defect. I love their bags so I don't want to abuse their policy but would this be fair? Or should I just return the bag and forget about it? Do you think I would regret it?