Thierry Mugler Vintage
Fluro yellow wool long sweater from Thierry Mugler Vintage featuring a roll-neck with one-shoulder silver square press stud fastening, long sleeves and central seam detail. Please note that vintage items are not new but often between 1985 and the end of 90´s, and therefore will always have minor imperfections, even when the items have been used and worn with love and care.
Made in France
Farfetch ID: 10096289
- Wool 100%
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Thierry Mugler is a French fashion designer and creator of several perfumes, who started his career aged 26 and in 1973 created his first personal collection. His style is instantly recognizable: structured elegance and accentuated shoulders. He designed a new feminine silhouette where shapes and curves are accentuated by the strictness of the cut. "The prophet of Futurism", as he has been referred to, Thierry Mugler is an instinctive designer who never looks for inspiration, who strongly feels that his clothing is 'modernistic' and not 'futuristic'.