Thierry Mugler Design History

French born Thierry Mugler is known for his talents as a fashion designer and photographer. He originally planned on being a ballet dancer, but also studied design, and enjoyed producing clothing for many of his friends. In 1970 Thierry Mugler was working as a window dresser, but continued designing clothing on the side.
The first Thierry Mugler label was born in 1974, quickly followed with a men’s fashion line in 1978. He opened his first Paris boutique in 1978. Thierry Mugler designs quickly became known for their exaggerated angular shapes, with designs that boasted pegged waistlines and wide shoulders. The first Thierry Mugler haute couture collection debuted in 1992. By the mid-90’s boutique openings were occurring worldwide.
The design house of Thierry Mugler represented a luxurious line of women’s ready-to-wear, leisure, and sportswear, as well as leather accessories, jewelry, shoes, men’s and women’s perfumes, and body products. Mugler's fashion house closed its doors in the ‘90’s and since 1997 has been owned by Clairns, a French cosmetics and skincare company.
Thierry Mugler has since pursued other interested including a collaboration with Cirque du Soleil on its "Zumanity" show. His design influences are clearly apparent in the fashions of Balenciaga, D&G and McQueen lines.

Thierry Mugler - Perfume History

Thierry Mugler perfumes first hit the scene in 1992 with the introduction of Angel. In 1997 Thierry Mugler colognes made their mark with the introduction of A*MEN.
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