Nicola Formichetti and Romain Kremer's Fall/Winter collection for Mugler was inspired by the archives of the luxury brand and a homage to the label's 1997 Insect collection.
With fringed nail tips, miniskirts with fin-like panels, futuristic head gears, fur-collared overcoats and oversized jerkin coats, the collection was regarded as a subtle reflection of the earlier series.
In addition to the insect-inspired creations, the show featured models clad in short black dresses with partly shrouded faces under black hoods to create a "ninja" look.
According to the Associated Press, many looks presented at the show will look great in photos at A-list parties, like a stiff micro dress in black silk gazar with a sheer hood. Another white sheath with rounded shoulders, a leaf-like peplum and an impossibly cinched waist turned the model into a severe, hourglass fembot.
Although the French label started with sophisticated and urban collections, it later became known for its futuristic designs and structured looks. It was particularly during the 1980s and 1990s that the label became internationally recognised with the collections garnering commercial success. One of the most famous creations by the designer Thierry Mugler was the famous black dress worn by Demi Moore in the 1993 movie, "Indecent Proposal."
It was in Sep 2010 that Nicola Formichetti was announced to be the new Creative Director of the Thierry Mugler brand. He later changed the brand name to Mugler and in January 2011, he launched the brand's first menswear collection.
Start the slideshow to catch a glimpse of the Fall/Winter collection of Mugler at the Paris Fashion Week: