A white LED screen projected a futuristic pattern that looked like it had been drawn by a spirograph as a flock of computerised fembots stormed out in lacquered heels – Mugler’s future under David Koma has arrived.
Let’s get digital:
The hardware this season brought to mind computer software as models wore clothing decorated with spare PC parts. Wire-like golden bands lined the hems, while metallic eyelets punched patterns in to the top halves of dresses. An intricate design featured on mini skirts – a shiny sartorial take on the intricacies of wiring on a circuit board.
How it was worn:
After the world lost its mind over ‘the dress’ last week, David Koma put an end to the ‘black and blue or white and gold?’ dilemma by having all four colours dominate his collection. Navy halter neck tops were paired with matching asymmetrical skirts, all-white outfits felt sci-fi and all black jumpsuits with a cut out neckline looked like something Charlize Theron would wear in Aeon Flux.