History’s Best Fashion Campaigns: Mugler.
Music by: Cabaret Nocturne – Evil Laugh.
It’s CULTED and today we’re kicking off a new series where we’ll be diving into the best ever fashion campaigns from the most iconic brands, and we’re starting with none other than Thierry Mugler!
First up, we’re taking you back to the 80’s with this campaign from ‘87. The visuals are breathtaking and the girls in the shoot are serving up some serious social distancing realness! The campaign was shot in Disko Bay, Greenland and this image of Anna Bayle and Tom Lust wearing ‘Paillettes Polaires’ by Mugler speaks for itself.
In the same year, Thierry Mugler also travelled to Mali to personally capture more incredible campaign shots. Carol Miles looking on-fleek wearing ‘Africa Pop’ by Mugler, and this pic of Katoucha Niane is also really hitting the spot.
Keeping with the 80s, 1988 brought us this famous Mugler campaign. Thierry Mugler captured this iconic shot of Claude Heidemeyer in New York and it still leaves us gagging to this day.
Mugler’s 1995 haute couture runway was also one for the history books and promotion for the collection brought us yet more incredible shots, like this pic by Ethan James Green for Vogue of the Venus Dress. Emil Larsson also captured this badass image from the same collection and Johanna Helmut Newman snapped this pic for Vogue US’ 95 November issue.
Fast-forwarding to more recent years, Nicola Formichetti had some great campaigns during his brief stint at the house, like his collab with Rick Genest.
And Casey Cadwallader is continuing to carry the Mugler torch in style.
There were so many more iconic shots that we couldn’t fit in so let us know your favourite Mugler campaigns below!
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