• The character Futura from the novel Metropolis, which was published in 1925, served as the inspiration for the design of the bodysuit that was created by Law Roach. 

When a science fiction movie was released for the first time, it was a wonderful chance to display the film's futuristic design.  

Thierry Mugler, a well-known fashion designer, was renowned for his ability to create designs that were visually appealing to the viewer.  

At a special performance at Cirque d'Hiver in Paris in the middle of the 1990s, the bodysuit made its appearance on the runway for the first time.  

Mugler gained recognition in the 1970s for his dramatic designs, drawing inspiration from superheroes, goddesses, cabaret performers, and cartoon characters. 

It was his unusual profile that included a triangular form that was inverted, shoulders that were prominent, and a waist that was sharply nipped.  

Mugler's fashion presentations achieved legendary status in the 1980s, with models like Pat Cleveland and Iman wearing gold plates over their nipples. 

His desire for flamboyance continued to grow in the 1990s, with models like Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell showcasing his designs. 

Mugler's theatrical designs have made him a favorite in the music industry, with artists like Madonna, Celine Dion, and Diana Ross showcasing his creations on stage. 

Beyoncé and Lady Gaga have also showcasing Mugler's clothing in their music videos and at high-profile events.