Museum of Fashion: Glen Miller A Retrospect

This November, the Museum of Fashion presents Glen Miler for Ann Turk, kick off on Thursday, November 5, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

In 1982, Glen Miller along with his Mother Lillian Turk Miller founded the Glen Miller for Ann Turk label. Within a short period of time, the label was featured in every major upscale department store including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Fred Segal, Kashiyama in Paris, and the Joyce Boutiques throughout Asia and more. His designs have been featured in the most prestigious publications worldwide, including, Vogue, Elle, W, Interview, New York Magazine and Harpers Bazaar to name a few.

In the mid ’90s, Glen collaborated with famed Pop artist Kenny Scharf to bring Pop Surrealism to the fashion arena. He has devolved a regal clientele ranging from the Crown Princess Saudi Arabia to pop icons such as Madonna and Sharon Stone. Glen’s design were recently wore at the 2015 Latin Billboard Awards by Award winning singer, Ivy Queen. This exhibit celebrates the life and work of the Miami-based artist and designer.

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