Runway Report: Mugler Fall 2015

For David Koma’s second collection at the helm of Mugler, futurism was the primary reference point. For autumn/winter 2015, an intergalactic adventure ensued, full of sharp structural shapes, decorative geometric panels and contrasting textures.

Koma’s signature details were in place; chunky embellishments appearing around necklines, linear patterns adorning many a super-short cocktail dress and metallic overlays that took inspiration from circuit boards. The palette was dark and sombre – mainly black with dashes of navy and injections of brilliant white and gold.
Asymmetric cuts and wrap-around pieces were a reoccurring, seen by way way of one-shouldered tops, mini-skirts with triangular cut-aways at the hem and a covetable long-line white blazer. As the collection came to a close, maxi column skirts came with a single thigh-high split, paired with turtle-necks, seen sheer and embroidered or with an all-over subtle shimmer.

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