These Mugler Resort 2012collection droids by Nicola Formichetti and Sébastien Peigné could very well be the sets of porcelain harlequin theater masks that hang in your new-age aunts living room. Even though they haven't moved since she hung them there in 1982, they always seem to have shifting expressions and agendas; one visit they're spirits of Samurai wearing Hakama pants and the next they're flag-bearing Olympians.
Formichetti and Peigné cited the work of American illustrator Mel Odom, whose print "Kabuki Kiss" is featured in this collection, as a focal inspiration. Odom's subjects are most often dolls with a fascinating lacquered sheen or melancholic fragmented people charged with mysterious and erotic thoughts. Your aunt is a huge fan. She has this one hanging up in her boudoir.