The Thierry Mugler retrospective at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs during Paris Fashion Week opened with a bang befitting the famous couturier. 

In the design chair was Casey Cadwallader. The young American has reignited the Mugler brand since his arrival at the label in 2018 by adapting the label’s curvy, body-con aesthetic for the athleisure generation. Where Mugler’s corsets were rigid—his iconic 1992 motorcycle-chassis corset was made from plastic, metal, and Plexiglas—Cadwallader’s are built with two-way stretch. “You can tie your shoes, sit in a taxi, you can breathe,” he said.


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