There is no one woman in the singular form; there are instead multi-faceted women in the plural form. This has long been a conviction and inspiration for Thierry Mugler. Fascinated by the charisma of 1950s Hollywood film stars, the designer shines the spotlight on these women, who put their lives on display for all to see: "femme fatale", angelic, strong, delicate, glamorous, captivating, fragile, sensual, humorous...the list of adjectives that describes them is endless. This vision and passion fuels the celebrations that will take place on March 8th. To mark the occasion of International Women's Day, the whole world will celebrate past achievements and boast of a better tomorrow alongside hundreds of thousands of women- each of them unique, all of them united. In several Eastern countries such as Asia and Africa, women will enjoy a day off from work. In Italy they will receive mimosa flowers. In Armenia they will be celebrated for an entire month.
This recognition was born from an affirmation, which American women claimed in 1909 through their quest for greater equality. European women asserted as they fought for the right to vote and work in 1911. This affirmation was also what motived the women who took part in the Russian Revolution of 1917. On March 8, 1977 the United Nation paid tribute to women by adopting a resolution that urged its member countries to celebrate International Women's Day. On March 8, 2014 you are called to go out into the streets to raise the banner of your femininity and savor the sweetness of your victories. Show the world what you're made of you dazzling divas, beautiful conquerers, and timeless Mugler ladies! History bears witness to it: it is the future of man (in the singular form) that is at stake.