Mugler Women Autumn-Winter 2015 – For his second collection for Mugler, creative director David Koma went to infinity and beyond with his futuristic inspired line.
Koma has taken the brand in a direction of streamlined tailoring, making his designs sexy, elegant, chic and feminine.
The catwalk paved a way for the collection decorated in circuit boards, metallic accents and microchips.
The show started with jigsaw tailoring with a mix of matte and shine materials. The looks faded from dark to light with short dresses in white, black and blue with gold steel grommets adding detail.
White crepe skirts were emblazoned in rose-gold leather in patterns meant to impersonate microchips and circuit boards. Sharp tailored trouser suits featured in black and white gave off powerful vibes, like a woman in command.
Hardware details on turtlenecks, black and white panelled dresses, sporty thigh high slit floor sweeping gown with cut-out detailing on the torso; the monochrome palette was sculptured into figure-skimming silhouettes.
Models walked the runway in simple elegant black heeled ankle boots donning a side parting in their hair and a natural face with feline graphic eyes.
Koma’s futuristic vision paid off and was delivered in true modernistic Mugler style.
Mugler Women Autumn-Winter 2015