Thierry Mugler’s Fashion Archive exhibits in Paris
As the world opens up, Paris will host the exhibition of Thiery Mugler’s fashion archives. “Thierry Mugler: Courturissime”, which was presented for the first time at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in Canada, is entirely dedicated to the designer of French luxury fashion.
The exhibition will present 150 outfits from 1977 to 2014, including various rare and iconic fashion pieces from the designer. Alongside Mugler’s couture outfits, some of the industry’s top talent, including the late Karl Lagerfeld, Guy Bourdin, Helmut Newton and David LaChapelle, will also have their work showcased alongside Mugler’s.
The Mugler designs were a hit among celebrities, with Cardi B wearing Mugler’s 20th anniversary dress from 1995 to a recent Grammy Awards in Kim Kardashian, David Bowie, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé also showing love to the eclectic designer on the Red carpet. The curator of the Musée de Montréal commented on the collection, saying: “Mugler wanted to portray people’s everyday lives through fashion, that’s what attracted so many celebrities. They love him because he’s one of the few designers who can help celebrities become characters and direct their actions.
This is the first time that the designer has opened his archives to the public. “Thierry Mugler: Courturissime” will be inaugurated on September 20 in Paris at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.
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