If I ever write a surrealist play about a holy fool in late 1920s Nantes the dream sequences will take place beneath the vaults framing Mugler's runway:
Mugler will not costume it, however.
I do think some of the pieces from the 2011/12 Collection could be great for a modernist adaptation of the Satan's Ball from The Master and Margarita (the women's especially-- I recommend taking a look at the whole thing).
Too obvious? For comparison, here's how director Vladimir Bortko portrayed it in his 2005 miniseries: