May 23, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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Paris: David Koma, the Artistic Director at the helm of Mugler, presented his debut runway collection for Spring/Summer 2015. Modern and streamlined to fit the sveltest of curves, this was a lineup that was both audacious and brave. Lengths were cut in mini proportions with daring cut-outs, all trimmed with metal bands while long skirts and full length sheath dresses revealed long legs with thigh high splits. Color was as minimal as the silhouettes – black, white, pale peach and ‘flame’ red that also highlighted the only print – an abstract flame. Was this to give out the idea that the collection would stoke the flames of desire? – Lizzy Bowring
Key items: Pencil slim skirts / Short dresses / Tailored jacket and trousers / Deep V-neck dress / Side closure jacket / Cut-out body suits / Wrap skirts / Sleeveless jackets / Cropped body top / Midi length slashed skirt / Full length dress / All-in-one / Halter neck abbreviated top
Colour: White / Powder white / White / Poppy red / Pale peach
Print & Pattern: Abstract flames
Materials & Trim: Stretch nylon / Leather / Sheer organza / Satin / Silk crepe / Metal links / Metal straps
Footwear: Ankle strapped heels
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