(PRWEB) March 09, 2012
The Oscars® earned actress Missi Pyle (“The Artist”) a slew of spots on the “Best Dressed” lists. Her dress was created by three-time Emmy® Award-winning haute couture designer Birgit C. Muller (http://www.birgitcmullercouture.com) in collaboration with Suzy Amis Cameron, James Cameron’s wife and founder of the Red Carpet Green Dress design competition.
The competition winner was student designer Valentina Delfino. Delfino was among hundreds from around the world who submitted a sustainable dress design for the competition, which began last November. Muller's was the official haute couture design house selected by the organization to create the dress. “As citizens of the world, we have an obligation to look for sustainable alternatives and hopefully this is just the beginning of raising awareness among the world’s luxury brands” said Birgit C. Muller.
Ms. Muller has a knack for dressing Hollywood and creating award-winning designs. She’s created lavish gowns and costumes for nearly every major studio. She’s also worked with such legendary filmmakers as William Friedkin, David Lynch and Ridley Scott. Muller earned three Emmys® for her costume design work on CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful.” She has worked for Paramount, Sony, Disney and Universal.
In addition, Ms. Muller is currently aligning herself with international furnishing design icon and luxury brand phenom Christopher Guy (http://www.christopherguy.com). With the alliance, Birgit C. Muller Couture becomes the official Brand Ambassador for Christopher Guy. Guy’s renowned luxury brand has been responsible for furnishing such lavish film sets as “The Devil Wears Prada,” “Casino Royale,” and “The Hangover,” as well as the interiors of such luxury hotels such as The London Savoy and the St. Clemente Palace in Venice.
About Birgit C. Muller
Three-time Emmy® Awarding Winning Designer Birgit C. Muller was born in Vienna and raised in Spain. Muller started her career working as an assistant beauty and teen fashion editor for the German Conde Nast publication “Miss Vogue”. Her experience also includes work as a stylist for “Vogue”, “Vanity Fair”, and “Elle” as well as having been the Photo Editor for “Transpacific Magazine”. Muller joined CBS’s “The Bold and the Beautiful” in 2001. In 2004, 2005 and 2006 Birgit won the Emmy® for Best Costume Design for her work on the series. In 2004 Muller joined forces with the City of Hope after a tragic health episode in her husband’s life In 2004 Muller Joined forces with the City of Hope and was subsequently honored with the prestigious “Circle of Hope Award” for her leadership in helping raise money for cancer research. In 2006, Muller founded her own organization “The Three Doves Foundation” to raise funds for major natural disasters and disease prevention.