As the fashion season progresses, Paris becomes the hub for designers from all over the world to unveil their latest products of pure creative genius, carried forward by trained and experienced models. The hub for fashion and all it brings is Paris, France. Long hailed as one of the trailblazers yet classical gatekeepers of fashion and art globally, Paris witnessed a fashion renaissance by the likes of multiple talented designers, whose works were brought to the forefront by talented models. One such incredible brand and model that has begun more than a few conversations, is Mugler and their showstopper, iconically named after the famous city, Paris Hilton.
Paris, Miniskirts and Mugler
Mugler has come to craft a very secure name for itself as a jet black, futuristic and minimalist fashion brand, that isn’t afraid to test the boundaries should the event call for it. The approach is extremely sartorial and strategic, with an emphasis on all things simple but mind-blowingly artistic. Albeit, this had begun to frustrate some people and consequent critics because of its set path in contemporary minimalism. Casey Cadwallader’s Mugler is anything but. The talented Casey has produced a Mugler line that is physically and spiritually just like what Mugler has always been, and yet it’s nothing Mugler has ever produced before.
Paris Hilton Hits A French Refresh
Paris Hilton has crafted an iconic name for herself which transcends beyond her controversies. She has grown into becoming a household name just about everywhere, and has developed an identifiable affinity for anything that screams Vegas on a long weekend. The reality star mogul has a knack for pulling off the most ridiculous and glitzy looks, as if she stepped onto a red carpet as Marilyn Monroe yassified.
She swapped it all out for Mugler though, when she stepped out in a sleek, black corset and a two-way split miniskirt combo, with shoulder pads and a fierce makeup-look. To enhance the look further, the outfit was paired with low black kitten heels and a sleek leather bag to match the look. One of the boldest additions was the temple-long eyelashes that added a sense of grandeur and gothic darkness.
House of Mugler: Timeless?
Thierry Mugler crafted his house brand with very specific interests in mind. It’s difficult to argue whether or not it would have reached the volume of viewership and clientele today that it would have previously. The advent of newer trends and fashion-focused choices has set the stage for brands to stay in a state of dynamic evolution and growth. Casey Cadwallader has revolutionised Mugler with his futuristic, minimalist yet bold choices of fashion that will become a timeless trend for a long time to come.