Mugler Fall-Winter 2024 - Paris Fashion Week

Mugler Fall/Winter 2024 – Paris Fashion Week

Mugler's Fall/Winter 2024 embraces theatricality with dramatic eveningwear, texture exploration, and a touch of backstage humanity.
March 6, 2024

Casey Cadwallader embraced theatricality for Mugler‘s Fall/Winter 2024 collection, ditching daywear for dramatic evening looks inspired by the vampiric 1980s. The three-act show featured supermodels like Irina Shayk, Eva Herzigova, and Farida Khelfa, alongside cutting-edge designs that explored texture, print, and sheer corsetry.


Cadwallader steered away from his usual sporty flair, opting for a more “glamorous, dressed-up, decadent” aesthetic. The opening explored the concept of undressing with sheer corsetry and liquid stretch-velvet. A collaboration with artist Ambera Wellmann brought surrealist paintings onto body-con dresses and pants.

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The final act reveled in texture, showcasing fringed fabrics, super-soft plongé nappa leather jackets, and a showstopping fire-engine red fringed minidress. The finale offered a human touch, revealing the backstage crew in a nod to Mugler’s “Too Funky” runway show.

Cadwallader’s goal was to create a show that resonated deeply with Mugler fans. With its iconic models, dramatic reveals, and exploration of empowerment through fierce glamour, the Fall/Winter 2024 collection undeniably achieved that aim.

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