Monday, March 11, 2013
For the Mugler Fall/Winter 2013 collection, designers Nicola Formichetti and Sebastien Peigne explained that they “wanted to explore the idea of travel through time, in style," a theme which was clearly evident down the dark runway of this seasons collection. The Fall/Winter collection for 2013-14 is filled with super modern futuristic shapes and silhouettes tied in quite cleverly with retro-vintage-esque details and pops of color and print, all tying into one another quite strikingly and definitely interestingly. The structure of the collection consisted of a very 60's through 90s style featuring high-waist pants, hooded turtlenecks, patches of furs, fur with holes, high shine fabrics and classique over the knee skirts. The collection also seemed much more tamed this season compared to previous collections which may be a direction to a more commercial client?