Met Ball 2014 : Two Mugler Mode dresses fit for a legend
This May 5th in New York, at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, "the" fashion gala of the year opened its doors once again to a couture-studded red carpet. Between the gowns lit up by throngs of photographers and a dream guest list overseen by Editor-in-chief of American Vogue, Anna Wintour herself, it was a must for any fashionista.
The House of Mugler was honored to be represented. Making their debut for the very first time were two creations by David Koma, the new Artistic Director of the ready-to-wear women's collections. The creations were worn by Virginie Courtin-Clarins, Director of Marketing and Communications Development for Mugler Mode, and Georgia May Jagger, the face of Angel and daughter of Jerry Hall, a Thierry Mugler muse in her own time. The exclusive dresses told a beautiful story sewn with blue thread, much like the exhibition inaugurating the Costume Institute's brand new Anna Wintour Costume Center opening May 8th. "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" looks at the process of creation through 75 legendary models by the 20th-century Anglo-American designer, that are as sculptural and technical as they are revolutionary...