Mugler x H&M: see the pictures of the spring’s collab

There is only one month until we can see the entire collection Mugler x H&M, the newest and the most daring collaboration of the year. Therefore, after the romantic dresses from Simon Rocha x H&M, after the sexy leather jackets from Versace, the ruffles of Lanvin and pop-art Moschino, it is time to embrace the daring cuts of Mugler. 

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The Mugler x H&M collection will be available to shop on H&M’s webstore and in select stores beginning May 11.

The Mugler x H&M lookbook has officially arrived, offering a closer look. Shot by Lengua, the protagonists are fashion muses and musicians, including Jerry Hall, Connie Fleming, Imaan Hammam, Aweng Chuol, Eartheater, Arca, Xu Meen and many more.

About the collection… 

  • The menswear lineup includes leather silhouettes (trousers, blazers and a trench coat with engraved buttons) and interesting denim jackets.
  • Women collection includes a series of signature Mugler shapes defined by oversized shoulders and cinched waists. Spiral multi-seaming forms a common thread among baggy jeans, nylon and denim-bonded thong jeans and jackets, while leather outerwear contrasts decadent dresses and form-flattering catsuits, leggings and cut-out bodysuits.
  • Plus: there’s also a series of genderless accessories, including sheer gloves, tights, bags and scarves, silver and gold body chains, earrings and necklaces.

“This collection is a watershed moment for the house of Mugler – a chance for us to celebrate our history and the pieces that we are beloved for today,” said Casey Cadwallader, creative director of Mugler. Ann-Sofie Johansson, the creative advisor at H&M, added, “Casey and the Mugler team have been incredibly generous in offering up so many of the house’s classics and signatures, which shoppers will recognise from the runway and red carpet. The collection encapsulates the H&M ethos of sharing great fashion and democratizing design. Every piece is an icon.”

The history of limited collections

The capsule collection marks the latest in H&M’s line of high-low collaborations. The Swedish brand began its high-fashion team-ups in 2004, with a line by Karl Lagerfeld. Since then, H&M has released collections with Stella McCartney, Moschino, Maison Margiela, Balmain, Isabel Marant, Comme des Garçons, Lanvin, Versace, Simon Rocha and Giambattista Valli.