Having a muse isn’t anything new in the fashion industry. Muses can be influential women or models who inspire the designer’s creative palette, hence collections are modeled after them. For example, Katoucha Niane was Yves Saint Laurent’s muse, while Audrey Hepburn was Hubert de Givenchy’s. True millennial fashion lovers grew up knowing that there were fashion muses, and although the term seems to be fading out, we can still admit that there are certain designers who have been inspired to create thanks to some certain models and influential women. A more recent example of this is the Diesel and Nicki Minaj‘s campaign that launched at the Milan Fashion show in Autumn 2018.

Fashion designers also show favoritism to these muses at big events and red carpets around the world. A good example of this is the MET Gala where the designers stand with their…

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