By  on May 9, 2018

Can the house of Mugler rise to fashion prominence once again?

Groupe Clarins, which owns the brand and nurtures its thriving fragrance business, thinks so. Today it embarks on a new chapter in that revitalization, unveiling the first collection by creative director Casey Cadwallader. He is the fourth designer to assume that position since brand executives decided to reintroduce ready-to-wear in 2008 after shuttering it in 2002. He follows Rosemary Rodriguez, Nicola Formichetti and, most recently, David Koma, who left to focus on his own London-based brand.

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