The 20 Most Iconic Thierry Mugler Looks Worn By Celebrities
This includes Cindy Crawford, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé and Madonna...
French fashion icon and designer Manfred Thierry Mugler passed away on Sunday at the age of 73. The information was published on the artist’s official social media account. The reason for death was not reported. The French designer’s team announced Mugler’s passing Sunday, sharing a black square to his personal Instagram profile with the announcement.
Mugler made a formal exit from ready-to-wear fashion after the turn of the century, though he continued to work as a designer and artisan. Alongside a line of fragrances and cosmetics, Mugler has collaborated with Beyoncé, Cirque du Soleil and Serhat. He has also designed for Kim Kardashian West, Lady Gaga, Cardi B, David Bowie, George Michael, Miley Cyrus, Sharon Stone, Nicole Kidman, Bella Hadid, Diana Ross and many more figures.
niood lists the 20 Most Iconic Thierry Mugler Looks Worn By Celebrities:
Mugler retired from his eponymous brand in 2002, but continued to create clothes throughout the next two decades, including all of the costumes for Beyoncé’s 2009 ‘I Am…’ world tour, on which he served as Artistic Director.
Another of Mugler’s best-known creations was the floor-length black dress worn by actress Demi Moore in the 1993 film Indecent Proposal.
Samantha with her yellow Thierry Mugler jacket.
The rapper arrived on the red carpet wearing a sculptural vintage 1995/1996 Thierry Mugler Couture ensemble that made it look like she was the sequin-covered pearl emerging from a clam shell.
The last stracult moment linked to Thierry Mugler is the appearance of Kim Kardashian at the Met Gala in 2019.
Mugler designed the outfits for George Michael’s star-studded music video for Too Funky, which featured a host of models including Linda Evangelista.
The first singer-actress to make her mark on a Thierry Mugler catwalk was Diana Ross. It was 1991, in the middle of the “Supermodel Era”: the fashion divas were the models, certainly not the stars of cinema and music.
Lady Gaga looked through the Mugler archives for her “Telephone” music video in 2010, finding a dramatic, sculptural suit-dress and hat from the designer’s 1995 collection.
The first to “interpret” Angel’s advertising campaign was her friend and muse Jerry Hall, who over time was followed by names like Naomi Watts and Eva Mendes.