At the thought of Mugler, a name that aligns with Fashion royalty, the only thing that resonates is the engineering architectural side of the Industry. A brand that always makes the unknown become a flattering appeal to become a classic trend of constant re-invention. For their Spring-Summer Ready To Wear collection debut today, house Creative Director Casey Cadwallader went for a modern way to Muglarize artistry.
The collections runway put a twist on Cadwallader’s fantasy about the classic Mugler from the 90’s where the models were draped in the most decadent of designs and fabrics to create a full production of Fashion fantasy. In a successful attempt to give a generation who’s profound on the aesthetic of street style, he bent the blueprint for a millennial appeal. Cadwallader really dug deep in to the Mugler roots focusing on tailoring and abstract draping as a moment for the collection which included sharp sculpted lapel cropped blazers with heightened shoulders, pants-less style stockings, chest grazing gloves, and netted corsets.
The most notable aspect was the open Runway to diversity. All varieties of shapes, colors, sizes, expressions, and genderless identities were present in a remarkable fashion of representation. A proud staple which Cadwallader related to as, “It’s also the most me.”