French singer-songwriter Yseult is fashion’s latest indie darling, the up-and-coming musician that all of the top designers want to dress. She even recently performed at a Balmain couture show, completely stealing the spotlight. It’s easy to understand her high-fashion appeal, as the star’s style is in a league of its own, complete with shapely fun frocks and power skirtsuits. But there’s often more to her choices than meets the eye.
On Friday night Yseult performed at the Victoires de la Musique in Boulogne-Billancourt, France (it’s the French equivalent to the Grammys). Mugler dressed the singer for the occasion, where she sang her single “Corps” and accepted the award for best female newcomer. She knew she would need a striking ensemble for the performance in particular. The label’s artistic director, Casey Cadwallader, created a custom look that nodded to the song’s messaging around body positivity and confidence.
It’s hard to imagine our backstage experience will ever be quite what it was pre-COVID. In the Before Times, it wasn’t unusual to find yourself wedged between multiple bodies, tripping over power cords, and ducking between models in the hair and makeup space in an attempt to get a three-minute interview with a designer. Now the few IRL shows happening in New York are small, socially distanced affairs with strict health and safety protocols in place—including decidedly spacious, uncrowded backstage areas.
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