No unnecessary components; just good, clean designs.
Thierry Mugler was a breath of fresh air amongst all the frou-frou and heavy weight detailing that has been turned out during Paris Fashion Week so far. A fresh, sleek collection that retained an air of luxury whilst focusing more on silhouette and fabric, as opposed to the amount of ruffles, frills, crystals and anything else that a designer is likely to get their hands on. Outerwear entailed a cream slender robe secured by a matching belt with subtle pocket detail and a grey puffa coat with curved waist and emphasis on hips and chest. Although eveningwear was pared down in comparison to other shows this season, this did not mean that it was any less desirable, Mugler held its own with opulent fabrics, a modern twist and minimal fuss. A high-waisted delicately feathered skirt was teamed with a coffee sheer blouse and a strapless bodice in pale gold and silver was worn over a nude pink blouse. The final piece an asymmetric full-length gown in black, gold and silver metallic. This was given an urban edge with a steel-grey, slim puffa jacket that highlighted the waist as it criss-crossed around the stomach; the high collar attained a regal air.
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