Lagerfeld


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Lagerfeld

Karl (Otto). born 1938, German fashion designer working mainly in Paris
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Revealing further about the late designer, who passed away at the age of 85, she recalled how Lagerfeld usually uses to hold hands of people he was in conversation with.
The "Dawn of Romanity" collection showcased 54 outfits, one for each year of Lagerfeld's work with the Fendi label.
His successor and former right-hand woman Virginie Viard -- who admitted that she spent more time with him than any other person -- recreated one of the legendary designer's libraries inside the Grand Palais, where Lagerfeld staged his shows.
Aunque por encima de todos ellos destaco la presencia de Carolina de Monaco, una de las personas mas cercanas a Lagerfeld. Ambos fueron confidentes, se apoyaron en los duros momentos y, como no, el disenador aleman tuvo en Carolina a su mejor musa y embajadora de sus disenos.
n d by Instead, he remained in Paris, where he has been taking in Fashion Week, for the Lagerfeld memorial event.
Her 79 runway looks paid homage to Lagerfeld's eye for geometrical silhouettes as well as Gabriel Chanel's more feminine aesthetic.
The designer, who was Lagerfeld's right-hand woman for years, emerged from his shadow with a highly feminine and wearable cruise collection in a minimalist show at the Grand Palais in Paris, the scene of the Kaiser's most decadent extravaganzas.
Chanel has already named Virginie Viard, a relatively unknown company insider based in Paris, to continue Lagerfeld's work.
As a designer Lagerfeld revolutionised Chanel and made it the most covetable brand on the planet.
German-born Lagerfeld, fondly known as "Kaiser Karl", is revered for turning around the fortunes of the Chanel fashion house in the 1980s, revitalising Fendi and spearheading high street / high fashion collaborations as the first couturier to team up with H&M in 2004.
Chanel, where he had been a creative director for more than three decades, confirmed that Lagerfeld passed away in Paris aged 85 on Tuesday.
Placard-toting Lagerfeld models were led around the catwalk by actress Rose McGowan, the woman now best known for having the courage to speak out against disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, which in turn kicked off the #metoo and timesup movement.