Designer: Casey CadwalladerInspiration: Casey Cadwallader’s first show for Mulger. For his debut show in the fashion house belonging to the Clarins group, he chose a very intimate show in a black room with a circular set. The American designer, who has already been noticed for his work in women’s collections for Acne Studios brings a new energy to the brand.Collection: A sensual and urban allure with a touch of sportswear. Cycling shorts, bodysuits and bras are reinterpreted with attachments, cuts and leather inlays giving a couture appearance. Jackets have rounded and voluptuous sleeves.Fluidity on drape dresses and a play with various lengths and nylon provoke a pleated effect with hems.Note: The collaboration with the British artist Samara Scott brings new freshness with handmade brush-strokes on latex reflecting light changing with the reflections on many important pieces in this collection.Interview with Casey Cadwallader:I worked on it for almost 6 months before I even started and I went through as much as I could from old books and show pictures and show videos, but it really changed when I got to start because then I had access to the archive and I was able to actually see it walk across the room in front of me, and it just, it takes on a whole new life, and so I started by just looking, looking, looking at as much as I could and then I just kind of, stopped, and thought about it and just, you know let myself come through with what I thought was right for now.For me, it’s about letting each women shine for who she really is, and I think that that’s what Mugler has always been about, feminine power.I think it’s important to have a big range, so sometimes it’s Important to be able to be sexy and tight and to flaunt I mean people want to do that sometimes, but then other times I want to give things that are very special but also very comfortable. Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).
Mugler - Women's Spring/Summer 2019 Collection (with interview)
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