PARIS — Even giants fall.

That’s one of the tough realities of the designer business underlined by the pending shutdown of Thierry Mugler’s fashion operations and the ongoing struggles of Claude Montana. Although at the cutting edge of French fashion for most of the Eighties, a combination of factors — from an outmoded vision of women to personal strife — contributed to the undoing of two design greats.

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