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For over 20 years, couturier Thierry Mugler has been shaping the image of powerful womanhood with structured cuts, cinched waists, and accentuated shoulders. Founding his eponymous label in 1973, Mugler celebrated the feminine form through clever winks at the masculine. Between rigor and spontaneity, fantasy and austerity, the creator made a name for himself by playing on established codes. A visionary mind inspired by architecture, art, and culture, he brought us alternative styles inflected with a certain futurism. Using innovative materials like metal and vinyl, audacious designs, and asymmetrical lines, still nothing was left to chance when it came to breathing life into this singular artistic world. As the brand's creative director since 2017, Casey Cadwallader has continued to guarantee that Mugler remains ahead of the curve. After working at Marc Jacobs, Acne, and Loewe, he possesses an intimate understanding of the founder's aesthetic values and has continued to play on materials and silhouettes. In a genius turn, games of scale are established between bustiers and bodysuits alongside oversize tailoring and printed latex.
For Spring-Summer 2021, Cadwallader's work hearkens back to Mugler's more fantastical side. Featuring meticulous cuts and unexpected details, the belted blazer would pair beautifully with the asymmetrical black dress — a classic for any circumstances — and lycra leggings and bike shorts bring a sporty spin on any look. Mugler once again has remembered to sprinkle it all with a healthy pinch of color, like in the lime-green bodysuit and pieces accentuated in cherry red and baby blue.> View more