Style gives their take on the new Formichetti collection for Mugler. “Their clothes mostly read as new—not old—Mugler. They borrowed certain signatures from the house’s expansive vocabulary: the strong shoulders on the jackets, the shorn lapels, something of the originator’s talent as a colorist. But they were quieter than Mugler’s own brand of bombast, and less witty; they brought out the sinister side of suiting, the darker connotations of uniform. Formichetti’s fabrics, especially the man-made neoprene, plastic, nylon, and latex, were sensuously textured but chilly—every other piece shone, but it was light without heat.”

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