1980s power dressing was reinvented for a new era by David Koma at Mugler. This came in the form of suits and separates, often with hugely exaggerated shoulders, which gave the models a top-heavy appearance. The star motif from the house's best-selling 'Angel' scent was a recurring theme and we liked it best when this was used in abstracted form on mini skirts and dresses. The star motif also showed up on buttons, studs and shoes and was translated into the pointed shoulders, angular lapels and the pleating found on skirts. The final effect was strangely rather futuristic.
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