Casey Cadwallader's debut collection for Mugler is finally here
You're going to want every piece
In December, Casey Cadwallader added a huge milestone to his portfolio by being named as Mugler's new Artistic Director. With experience at Acne Studios, Narciso Rodriguez, J.Mendel and Loewe under his belt, we were certain that the American designer would bring his own new approach to the brand's future collections and now, we finally have the first look.
His 25-piece debut collection see the merging of the brand's heritage with strong, sophisticated and super feminine elements for the Fall season. Along with a few signature pieces that will serve as the ultimate staples in your wardrobe, Cadwallader also added a few bold and colourful items that you can use to mix and match.
You can expect to find spiral cut jeans, high-waisted denim, monochrome suiting, colour-blocked cycling leggings, shorts, oversized jackets, leather biker cuts and jersey-knit dresses in the collection.
Speaking to WWD, Cadwaller said: "For me, it really is a project about starting a new culture around the brand; even the photographs are more about the women than they are the clothes. I think sometimes fashion moves faster than the clients and I’d rather make it so if you see something in a magazine in six months, you might still be able to buy it.”
Browse through Mugler's new collection lookbook here...
Now, take a look at Mugler's Fall/Winter '17 collection showcased during Paris Fashion Week.