Thierry Mugler’s seminal label is renowned for developing a womenswear aesthetic in the ’80s that consisted of sharp tailoring, strong silhouettes and shoulder-pads. The Mugler brand has expanded and mutated into the fields of cosmetics, accessories and art-direction in recent years and with the instalment of David Koma as artistic director in December 2013, an exciting interpretation of the Mugler woman is taking place.


June 11th 2015

Mugler Resort 2016

Mugler have unveiled their resort collection for 2016. David Koma has been creative director at Mugler for one year but he’s convincingly defined the label’s new approach – minimalist, angular and largely monochrome – this collection features a group of pastel shades to offset the graphic prints and patterns clearly derived from op-art. Mugler is exclusive to 4. Shop the spring…

June 11th 2014

Mugler Resort 2015

Designing his first Mugler collection, David Koma said he resisted the tug of the French firm’s vast archive, preferring to follow his “instincts and how I see the modern Mugler woman.” Sharp tailoring, loose trousers and body-conscious dresses are what the London-based designer turned out for the resort season ahead of a return to the…

December 19th 2013

Mugler Names David Koma Artistic Director

David Koma has been named creative director at Mugler. Koma fills the position left vacant by Nicola Formichetti, who has since moved to Diesel. “We want to write a new page for Mugler, putting it back on the map in the fashion business,” said Virginie Courtin-Clarins, director of development, marketing and communications. “We have the…