Heritage Chapter 3
The show must go on
Casey Cadwallader, MUGLER’s Artistic Director since 2018, pushes the brand’s values even further. Each silhouette is a new work of art, each curve is emphasized and highlighted by his creations. From life to the stage, the designer dresses performers of the day-to-day like the biggest stars: red carpets, music videos, shows, magazine covers; no platform escapes the MUGLER touch.
wears a black bodysuit from the Spring-Summer 2021 collection on the Rolling Stone magazine.
wears a bespoke MUGLER outfit for Halloween 2020: a snake print bodysuit with matching hat with crystal encrusted fangs.
wears a segmented blazer with matching pants from the Spring-Summer 2021 Collection during a concert in China
wears a navy blue bodysuit with a matching mini-skirt for the red carpet of the MTV Video Music Awards 2020
wears a custom dress embroidered with crystals and matching corset for the red carpet of the 2020 Grammy Awards Ceremony
wears a bodysuit that toys with transparency and features crystal bead fringes for her performance at the 2020 Grammy Awards ceremony
wears a black mesh bodysuit with accessories from the Fall-Winter 2020 collection on British Vogue’s December 2020 cover
Likewise, each MUGLER olfactory creation projects the consumer into an extraordinary and enchanting universe, where unique stories are designed by the MUGLER Studio and put into images by talented directors and photographers.
Its mission: to provide unique experiences for women who desire to invent their own lives and build authentic relationships with them.
Picture taken from part 1 of the Spring-Summer 2021 collection lookbook
A HERITAGE THAT CONTINUES TODAY
The Mugler heritage has lost none of its magic. It is more alive and relevant than ever. Firstly, on the red carpets. The Thierry Mugler collection archives, carefully preserved by the Maison, continue to dress celebrities from around the world who dream of wearing the brand’s exceptional creations.
Finally, in museums. Thus, the Thierry Mugler Couturissime exhibition, curated by Thierry-Maxime Loriot, opened its doors at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2019. Retracing Thierry Mugler’s career and collections from 1973 to 2001, the exhibition will travel to Rotterdam and Munich before continuing its world tour to where it all began: Paris, in 2021.