What did Thierry Mugler die of?


What did die of?: The great French designer Mugler died of natural causes on 23 January 2022, at the age of 73. He was a universally recognized designer and famous for his unique designs.

The news of his demise came as a surprise to many individuals because he showed no sign of the slightest illness prior to his death.

Many people have taken to the internet to relive the works of the iconic designer who was highly patronised by big and noble individuals like Jackson, Madonna Louise Ciccone, Grace Jones, Diana Ross among others.

Personal information about Thierry Mugler 

He was born on 21 December 1948 in Strasbourg. Though he had a great zeal for drawing, he did not develop it into a career but instead he had a formal Interior design training at the Strasbourg School of Decorative Arts.

In his 20s, Mugler was already established and earned widespread popularity for his unique designs. He has also designed clothes for the American rapper Beyonce.

Thierry Mugler’s awards for his works 

Thierry Mugler has won many awards for his great  designs including Best Women’s Collection, Summer 1985, Paris, Best European Designer, Fall/Winter 1987/88, Munchener Modewoche, Germany, Balenciaga Prize for Best Designer, 1989, Golden Thimble Award, 1991, 1992.

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What did Thierry Mugler die of?

Despite suffering countless accidents, Thierry Mugler died of natural causes. This is according to a revelation by his manager.

Source: Vimbuzz.com
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