Celebrities and the world of fashion are mourning the loss of legendary French fashion designer Manfred Thierry MuglerSunday’s death of the actress, Judith, at age 73.
Beyoncé, a frequent collaborator with Mugler, shared a tribute on her Website: “Rest In peace Thierry Mugler,”You can find the top of her website, along with a black-and-white photo of Mugler. Below, Beyoncé featured a collage of looks designed by Mugler that she wore over the years, including looks from her 2009/2010 “I Am…”World Tour, where Mugler was a costume designer and creative advisor.
Diana RossA throwback photo she shared with Mugler in 1990 Paris shows her wearing a sheer jumpsuit and strategically placed hanging beads. Mugler often designed looks for the singer on the red carpet.
“I will miss you Thierry Mugler,”she Tweet. “this was a wonderful time in our lives”
“I desperately wanted to be a model. But, Super Model-dom was way out of my reach until my mother got a phone call from the incredible (Mugler),”She remembered. “My mother agreed to walk in the show as long as they allowed me to model in the show as well.”
Ross called Mugler a “defining force in fashion”You can also find out more about a “true dreamer.”
“He designed for a future where women were in charge and on top,”She went on. “His clothes were sculptural, sexy and fierce. I remember him as joyous and beautiful. He loved my mother. And allowed me to take part in his incredible world. What an honor it is to have a small piece history with a true fashion icon.”
Kourtney KardashianShared a throwback “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” promo picture, which featured herself with mom Kris Jenner and sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner – “all in Mugler”Kourtney Kardashian, designer, noted with a broken-heart emoji.
Mugler was also responsible Kim Kardashian’s unforgettable wet look in a dressFrom the 2019 Met Gala.
Christian SirianoPay tribute to “another icon lost,”A nod to André Leon Talley, the visionary former creative director of Vogue magazine who died at age 73 just five days prior on Jan. 18. Industry also lost Virgil Abloh last November – the trailblazing Louis Vuitton director died at age 41 following a private battle with cancer.
“You opened many many doors,” Siriano wrote to Mugler. “Fashion is having a hard month.”