It’s fascinating to consider how a designer like Thierry Mugler would have tackled fashion week amid lockdown. From the launch of his eponymous label in 1973 to retirement in 2002, Mugler’s approach to the runway was akin to theater. (It’s no wonder he made costumes for the circus at one point in his career.) And his collections, of course, were on the same level; it was only appropriate that the model who wore the metal cyborg getup in his truly legendary 20th anniversary showing revealed it with a sudden drop of a floor-length coat. Mugler, who now goes by Manfred, eventually turned his focus toward bodybuilding—to the point that the New York Times once described him as a “240-pound spectacle of muscle and nipple and tattoo.” His legacy, on the other hand, lives on. From the exaggerated silhouettes that defined the ‘80s to the fetishization of latex, it’ll all be on full display in “Couturissime,” an upcoming traveling exhibition opening at Paris’s Musée des Arts Décoratifs in September. In the meantime, revisit some of the showman’s most memorable stagings and looks.