The Mugler Spring/Summer 2015 campaign displays a professional approach to feminine dress. The advertisements feature Josephine Le Tutour who channeled the modern career woman, posing earnestly for photographer Josh Olins who opted for a basic staircase backdrop.
Present in these Mugler advertisements are prim blazers, sleek cut out dresses and strap open-toe heels. The pieces are highly appropriate for warm weather and are moreover well-suited to many formal and semi-formal environments, making the line all the more appealing for those looking to accommodate multifaceted lifestyles.
Accessories and cosmetics are kept rather subdued in this Olins series. Given the black color palette, shoppers can infuse the line with their own take on beauty as the apparel suits varying looks.
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