Mugler Fall/Winter 2013 Collection

Dazed presents a backstage gallery made for re-posting.

“The triangle was a motif that ran throughout Mugler, from the die-cut invite to the patent leather shape integrated into the cutting on the back of jackets.

Formichetti talked of “the ability to become someone else in a digital world,” and here that revolved around the trinity of tailoring, aeronautical and military regalia, which chemical injections (sometimes patent too) of highlighter-pen pink, yellow and green.

From commando to officer, with flak jackets, Mao collars and combat boots, this was a literal take on the tougher side of the digital world, addressing the way it’s becoming policed. Given all the hacking stories and trial of Julian Assange over Wikileaks, that’s pertinent.”

Full gallery here.

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