The Mugler fall 2013 collection was one of the most eagerly awaited lines of the first days of Paris Fashion Week 2013. The brand has brought a multitude of fab ensembles over the past season and creative director Nicola Formichetti managed to impress again with a series of exciting looks designed with the idea of time travel in mind. The new line showed several style influences from various eras, yet all these were reflected through a set of futuristic lenses which managed to stay well in line with the majority of the creations we’ve come to analyze up until now.
The Mugler fall 2013 collection didn’t carry the same sense of edginess and drama we’ve spotted so far from a chromatic point of view. Instead, the line featured plenty of light tones that could have even been perceived as romantic if the textural touches and fabulous proportions wouldn’t have have pointed in a completely different direction. The new options from Mugler have an interesting blend of femininity and masculine vibes which are beautifully balanced in many thought-provoking looks.
Perhaps one of the most interesting highlights of the Mugler fall 2013 collection were the cropped tops adapted for the fall season. Without being over the top, these pieces added a different allure to the otherwise serious and refined pieces that defined the collection. The label didn’t shy away from using fur trims to further enhance the opulent allure of the new season offerings. By emphasizing a limited number of motifs and letting them shine, the new options manage to impress without feeling over the top.
If we are to take the [b]Mugler fall 2013 collection as a point of reference for the new season trends, we’d say that the new season will be defined by interesting proportions and that the focus on body con dresses will be replaced with a desire for classiness and refinement that will still have a seductive allure without the sense of consciousness that was so highly valued in the past seasons. All in all, it seems we’re headed towards an exciting new season with plenty of interesting perspectives worth exploring.
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